Few evil entities can beat the unholy trifecta of clowns, dolls, and nuns — and we look at some of the most insidious and iconic …continue reading Clowns, Dolls, and Nuns: An Unholy Trifecta
After discussing the original “Child’s Play” trilogy, we explore the evolution of Chucky from a campy anti-hero back to a classic slasher. Previously, Angel …continue reading Creepy and Geeky: Child’s Play (Chucky) 4-7
We dive into the “Child’s Play” franchise, beginning with the initial trilogy of films; Nat Brehmer joins to dissect the first two sequels. Part …continue reading Creepy and Geeky: Child’s Play Trilogy
When it comes to the heavyweights of horror, a few big names immediately come to mind, but who’s the biggest baddie in terms of …continue reading Who Has the Highest Body Count in Horror?
A new reading of a movie that isn’t queer-coded can show us a different perspective and broaden discussions on identity and acceptance. The viewing …continue reading Reclaiming Horror Icons: Mirroring the Queer Experience
The iconic “Chucky” franchise is more than an influential horror property; it’s also important in terms of progressive LGBTQ+ representation. Thinking of LGBTQ+ horror, …continue reading LGBTQ+ Themes in the “Chucky” Franchise
Chucky’s evil sister, in spirit, does her part to look as creepy as intended but lacks the bite of good ol’ Charles Lee Ray. …continue reading The Daily Dig: Dolly Dearest (1991)