The Final Girl, Redefined: The Role of Women in Horror Is Evolving

(image: Universal Pictures) **Spoilers for Midsommar.** The image of a panicked scream queen running in terror from a monster or other night stalker is a cornerstone of the horror genre. As you read that sentence, a montage of specific scenes from many films spanning several eras of horror no doubt filled your mind. Women have

Things We Saw Today: The Star Wars: The Clone Wars Final Season Trailer is HERE!

Did you think we could really be “done” with Star Wars? Ha! Never. Before we’re even done savoring The Mandalorian and with the corpse of the Skywalker saga barely cold down in the chasm into which it fell (too dark?), we’re back with the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. And wow—it looks

Showtime Touts Subscriber Growth, Teases ‘Halo,’ and Sets Final Season of ‘Shameless’ — TCA 

“Shameless” is getting an eleventh and final season, “Work in Progress” and “The L Word: Generation Q” will both get second seasons, and Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief looks exactly like Master Chief from the Xbox video game. It was a busy morning for ViacomCBS’s premium cable network, whose co-presidents Gary Levine and Jana Winograde

Things We Saw Today: Final Trailer for Steven Moffat’s Dracula Has Us Asking, “Who Is This For?”

Sorry if I’m feeling a little bi-homicidal about this Dracula miniseries trailer, but watching it just made me feel confused. Who is this Dracula for? We’ve had so many adaptations of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale that I fail to see why we need one without something boldly new to say. The tagline for the upcoming

The fights are weaker but the story is stronger in Donnie Yen’s final Ip Man movie

Over the decade since it was launched, the Ip Man franchise (including recent spinoff Master Z: Ip Man Legacy) has alternated between kick-ass fight sequences and soporific plotting. Granted, the narrative of these films, like those of musicals, tends to be a deliberately flimsy clothesline upon which to hang the good… Read more… Source link