Tag Archives: depression

How Horror Movies Help Me Cope With Depression

“There are wounds that never show on the body that are deeper and more hurtful than anything that bleeds.” –Laurell K. Hamilton Depression has been a constant in my life for as long as I can remember, mostly, stemming from the fact that I have Aspergers Syndrome. For most of …

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Life, Death and Movies: A Conversation About Depression (Editorial)


I’ve been staring at this blank white page for days, wondering where to begin. It’s funny–when I write stories or film-related articles, beginnings are the easy part. But when it’s your story that you’re telling, when you’re allowing yourself to be completely vulnerable for eyes who only recognize you in …

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Escape From Reality: I’m Here to Tell You That Horror Saves Lives

Most people assume that genre fans watch horror movies because they love to be terrified. They relish the anticipation of a sudden jump scare, the creeping build of a scream, the feel of their heart jumping into their throats. Although many assume that this is all there is to being …

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Review of Postpartum (2016) With Danielle Harris

Postpartum depression is a scary thing. The influx of hormones into a woman’s body after a baby is born is uncontrollable and erratic.  There’s no telling what mom will be affected – or even which pregnancy will set things off. In One Man Production’s Postpartum, we get to experience the confusion …

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