Women X Film Festival: ‘Antonio’, ‘Asphyxiate’, and ‘ill, actually’

The Women X Film Festival finally went down this weekend after months of anticipation and, personally, I had a great time. Held entirely online, the festival was contained within a welcoming pink and white website with an easy-to-navigate interface. I particularly appreciated the separation of films into distinct thematic categories such as “Unconventional Connections” and “Redefining Belonging,” as well as the Calm Creative Space tab … Continue reading Women X Film Festival: ‘Antonio’, ‘Asphyxiate’, and ‘ill, actually’

6 International Horror Films for Halloween Night

Despite the same orange leaves and chilly weather, autumn just hasn’t felt right. With everything that’s gone on this year, celebrating Halloween isn’t the most exciting prospect. The coronavirus will make parties and trick-or-treating frightening in a totally different way than normal. Even the most popular of Halloween films don’t feel right; who watches Hocus Pocus without their closest friends and family? Instead, I recommend … Continue reading 6 International Horror Films for Halloween Night