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Devil's Due (REVIEW)

The subjects of pregnancy, birth, and motherhood have proved to be one of the most fertile grounds (pardon the pun) in horror fiction in both longevity and richness. They are tropes that relishes in some of the most drastic of physical changes brought upon the human body while also confronting or affirming how our culture views women and regards the female body. These thematic and ideological questions become more complicated when translating these stories to the visual and auditory world of cinematic representations, including television.

The Last Will And Testament of Rosalind Leigh (REVIEW)

As founding editor and president of Rue Morgue Publications, Rodrigo Gudino is well steeped in the culture of horror films. Shifting from the role of critic to creator has been a long, calculated move. After experimenting with a variety of styles in his short films, including animation and first person point of view, Gudino turned his attention towards his first feature film. The result is stunning and finds Gudino wrestling with personal questions of faith and family relationships on screen while delivering a haunting, melancholy film that inspires fervent discussion after the credits roll.

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