Caged Heat 1974 Cover Photo

Caged Heat is a 1974 American women-in-prison exploitation film, written and directed by Jonathan Demme and released under Roger Corman’s New World Pictures. Though the film would be his directorial debut, Demme had already helped produce two other women in prison films for the company. Nevertheless, Corman was uneasy about providing the budget, believing the genre

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Hellbender 1

Coming-of-age themes and metaphors about puberty are all-too-common in horror, particularly because they’re so often obvious and literal. It’s a period of time in one’s life ripe for exploitation, but the films that revolve around it are either dry, written from perspectives far removed from the experience or sexist or racist (Teen Wolf‘s “You’re not

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Agnes Review

Walking into Agnes blind, one might get the sense it’s just another exorcism movie, and potentially a very campy one. But the setup is very quickly revealed to be on shaky foundations as it gives way to a crisis of faith film. That’s where the true horror lies, in the painfully real boredom of the

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Quite place 2 film review

Continuing on directly from the end of the first movie, after a quick Day 1 prologue showing off the initial stages of the invasion, A Quiet Place Part 2 follows the surviving family members as they escape their compromised safe haven taking a way to fight back against the monsters with them. The quality has

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