Attachment Balances Jewish Folklore and Superstition With Queer Romance

Only two months into the year and Attachment follows on the heels of The Offering as not only the second religious-themed horror movie, but the second religious horror movie rooted in Jewish tradition. Not surprisingly, religious themes are no stranger to the genre. Plenty of horror movies weave superstition and folklore into stories revolving around […]

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Bones and All Shocks With Gruesome Premise and Beautiful Romance

Arguably, horror and romance may be more difficult to mix than horror and comedy. Classic Gothic horror has often incorporated romanticism into its stories. Based on Camille DeAngelis’ novel of the same name, Luca Guadagnino’s latest release, Bones and All, is a bit of Southern Gothic about two teen cannibals who fall in love. If […]

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