THE HORROR YEARS
Satanic Cannibal Witches: How The ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ creates its own brand of Satanism
By Elliott Ryan | "Witches in media are experiencing a renaissance. They kill, resurrect, eat flesh. And most importantly, they determine their own narratives."
“The Calls Are Coming From The House!”: A ‘Black Christmas Retrospective’
By Jamie Tram | "Black Christmas (1974) carved out its own niche by grounding the subgenre in the lives of young women beset by emerging adulthood."
The School of ‘Rocky Horror’
By Alexander Gonzalez | "The Halloween episode in season two of the Netflix teen drama 'Elite' depicts adolescent angst in the spirit of Rocky Horror."
Plug It Up: Menstruation As A Teen Horror Movie Monster
By Eliza Janssen | "Menstrual Horror in film seems to take adolescence and coming of age more seriously than the genre’s tendency to portray teens as disposable."
Editors’ Letter: The Horror Years
By Claire White and Odalis Garcia Gorra | "There is nothing more terrifying than being a teenager or young adult. And if scary movies have taught us anything is that the things that go bump in the night, love to horrify us to death (Final Girls, excluded)."