Tag: Get Out

“The Quagmire of Race and Horror in Cinema”

Dani Bethea kicks off Gayly Dreadful’s Pride Month with a meditation on race, gender, gender presentation and horror in cinema. “Particular intricacies always exist in the stories and lives of Black people, especially in the framing of (horror) imagery. As a Black American, I have a very particular […]

Perfect as the Enemy of the Good

Charlotte Wilmore (Allison Williams) was once a renowed cellist, the star pupil at the Bachoff, a world famous conservatory in Boston, overseen by fastidious director Anton (Steven Weber) and his wife Paloma (Alaina Huffman). But Charlotte had to give it all up to her mom’s terminal illness, trading […]

#youtoo

In horror, there are two kinds of sex: sex that makes you kill or sex that gets you killed. On the one hand, you’ve got the fairly hackneyed sex = death equations you’ll find in a majority of slasher films. Look, I don’t know why Phantasm’s Tall Man […]