Tag Archives: Coralie Fargeat

How A Woman Tells Rape-Revenge Differently – An Indepth Look At Coralie Fargeat’s ‘Revenge’

The rape-revenge subgenre is the red-headed stepchild of horror, and maybe it should be. Historically, it is a fixation on sexual violence against women written and directed by men. It is hard not to view the products as exploitive when they are all male voices telling of a female experience. …

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BUFF 2018: ‘Revenge’ – Horror Film Review: Brutally Intense, Ruthlessly Revengeful

I love revenge films. They are often riddled with pain, degrading situations, and intense emotions but there’s always more to it. That is just the beginning. Empowerment is what fuels them. A spark of hope and rage that one can only truly understand if you’ve been put in a situation …

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