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    That post about the Final Girl tv show made me think of this. Pretty good analysis especially considering it’s being...
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    Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert’s feminist analysis of slasher pics from 1980. Via Sociological Images.
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    Sadly I don’t think much has changed. They also talk about “I Spit on Your Grave” aka the most horrific nasty movie I...
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    Yeah, Siskel & Ebert: you put on that feminist lens while critiquing slasher films!
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    YES. This is very good.
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    Awesome analysis imo.
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    Fascinating discussion. I recommend it to anyone interested in the horror genre.
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    (via jessicavalenti) I grew up watching Siskel and Ebert, first on PBS in Chicago, then on local network TV, then the...