Review of Anne Elizabeth Moore’s ‘Body Horror’ (2017)

This is the kind of book that will only get more important as time progresses. In Body Horror Moore dissects misogyny and feminism in cinema, historical politics, industry, entertainment, and finally (and most importantly) the shit show that is our rag-tag medical system. Forgive me for being maybe too obvious, but: Feminism is important because humanity’s issues … More Review of Anne Elizabeth Moore’s ‘Body Horror’ (2017)

The Merits of Sin: Demonwarp (1988) (USA)

A spaceship crashes into earth before the opening credits roll and right after those credits end, we’re treated to Bill Crafton (flabby heartthrob George “F’n” Kennedy) spending some quality time with his adult daughter. Before their intense game of Trivial Pursuit can crown one of them victorious, the touching hang session is interrupted by a … More The Merits of Sin: Demonwarp (1988) (USA)