All tagged female anxiety
You can dress it up in stars and glamour but at some point you’ll realize the sunny dream of Los Angeles is really just made of plaster and plyboard like the rest of it. Play It As It Lays and Ingrid Goes West both feature protagonists who figure that out a little too late.
The charges against Martyrs range from misogyny, to torture porn, to support for getting what you want by any means necessary. It’s an unsettling and rightfully polarizing film, but I'd like to take a closer look at what exactly it is saying, and how many (if any) of these claims have validity.
We’re killing Capitalism before it kills us with a double feature of Thoroughbreds and Cheap Thrills, both of which skewer, roast, and serve up the worst parts of capitalism on a metal spike.
Veronica takes a look at I, Tonya and Amy in this latest double feature with a focus on celebrity female anxiety as its theme.
In light of Deneuve's comments on #MeToo, Jenna muses on how it is that somebody so close to Repulsion could somehow miss this point of the movie entirely.
Veronica looks at Black Christmas and Elves – movies about female anxiety, loss of autonomy, murder, and, oh, Christmas.
It's fun, it's bluntly obvious, it's absurd, it's grating, it will make you want to sit down somewhere quiet by the end because your ears are kinda ringing from the sound of incoherent voices, broken glass and explosions.
Movies that focus on what happens when an otherwise normal mind connects with the purest source of existence.
The unusual and slightly questionable Belladonna of Sadness.
A review of Nacho Vigalondo's Colossal, staring Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis