Feminist Friday: Bell Book and Candle

The subject of witchcraft in history is one which is deeply tied to women’s issues and feminism. The depiction of witches in popular culture has evolved from the Wicked Witch of the West in the Wizard of Oz, to Samantha Stevens in Bewitched, and finally to the ladies of American Horror Story: Coven. […]

Citizen Dame 5: Favorite Rom-Coms

With the recent release of Set It Up on Netflix, film fans are asking, “Has the romantic comedy returned?” The genre that dominated the 1990s, the rom-com has suffered of late due to the glut of comic book movies, franchises, and the male-dominated belief that only women watch […]

Feminist Friday: Gilda (1946)

The sub-genre of film noir is quite a complicated one, especially when viewed through a gendered lens. Made in 1946, Gilda is an iconic entry within the film movement, often rated alongside classics like: The Maltese Falcon and The Third Man. Gilda also stands as one of the most remembered femmes fatales in […]

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