Author: Dan Lee

Why Do We Need Women in Horror Month?

There’s always that guy. You know who I’m talking about. He’s got that “All Lives Matter” bumper sticker and wants to argue semantics over everything whenever he can’t formulate a coherent opinion on an issue. He’s the same guy that will look a female filmmaker in the face and ask “Why do we need a Women in Horror Month?” I kind of want to punch him in the throat just describing him but, since I can’t very well deliver five knuckles of education to every last clod I encounter, a snarky op/ed piece will have to do. This is...

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Scratch: A Perfect Film if you Hate Valentine’s

Once a year, the stores are filled with candy, roses, cards, and other hollow gestures of love shoved down our collective throats by corporations and retailer–because that’s what love’s all about. But for those of us who aren’t into chalky candy hearts and thrift shop perfume, how do you get through the manufactured season of affection? By checking out all of the gender stereotype-bashing, blood and gore-flinging films that Women in Horror Month can offer. And what better time than Valentine’s Day to release Scratch for the entire world to see? Scratch is “the anti-Valentine’s Day movie” when you...

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