Marginalia #24

Although I haven’t read the academic literature on folk horror, Ingham’s introductory guide to the genre was a delightful read. Ingham illuminates the defining characteristics of this enigmatic genre, while also exploring the edges where its boundaries blur and fracture. Ingham’s curated list of films captures the unsettling essence of folk horror. Last Friday, I … Continue reading Marginalia #24

Marginalia #18

That cover/poster will probably tell you as much as you need to know. Either that image draws you in, or you reel with disgust. That last one is the smart decision. It’s not the one I made or ever make when presented with so many cinematic possibilities. The movie is hysterically stupid and I loved … Continue reading Marginalia #18