It’s a new month on Cheer and Loathing —and that means a new theme! But first, we couldn’t neglect the opportunity to celebrate moms with a little maternal mayhem. First, Rebecca de Mornay takes another turn rocking the cradle of insanity in Darren Lynn Bousman’s Mother’s Day (2010). She proves that mother may always be right, but she’s not always right in the head. Then we take a trip down the mother of all rabbit holes with the heavily allegorical mother! (2017) from Darren Aronofsky. What’s it all mean? Join us as we try to make sense of it all. But like childbirth itself, this one’s gonna get messy!
Stephanie Malone (The Angry Princess) is the founder, owner, and editor-in-chief for Morbidly Beautiful. She's a film and indie lover, writer, artist, illustrator, producer, Marketing/Creative Director, and obsessive lover of all things horror. She's also the co-host of several podcasts, including Cheer and Loathing, Guilty Pleasures, No Notes, and Untold Horrors. Tomatometer-approved critic. Follow her on Twitter at @smalonedesign or Instagram at @srgreenhaw. Read Full
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