Netflix's trilogy is a well-crafted, loving homage to the slashers of eras gone by that also brings them firmly into a cinematic world meant for today’s audiences.
We examine how Stephen King's novel John Carpenter’s film adaptation highlight the evolving roles of women in American society and the difficulty in breaking long-standing gender stereotypes.
Wanting something new to watch this August? Look no further! Genre classics and new releases are in the cards for August on all your favorite streaming sites...
August lineup includes surreal comedy "Man Under Table"; the bizarro filmmaking odyssey starts streaming August 2 and debuts alongside "Death Line," "Stage Fright," "The Toolbox Murders," "Amsterdamned" & more!
The third entry in our series examining the roles of women in Jack the Ripper films looks at Peter Sasdy's 1971 feature.