The latest film from Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov opens in a stuffy and oppressive environment. Petrov (Semyon Serzin) is on a crowded bus, sweating and coughing as he is jostled… Continue reading "‘Petrov’s Flu’: A Delirious Fever Dream of Violence and Rage"
It’s no secret that H.P. Lovecraft was about as progressive as Genghis Khan, but for many years that fact felt like the elephant in horror’s spacious living room. A grand… Continue reading "Cthulhu Gets Woke: Confronting Lovecraft’s Legacy"