Posts by Sean McGeady

That inking feeling: Evil Dead Rise and the horror of tattoos

By Sean McGeady

In horror films, tattoo scenes can represent familial trauma and gendered violence. The new Evil Dead gets under the skin with both.

House on Bare Mountain – the softcore flick that reunited the Universal monsters

By Sean McGeady

60 years since its release, this strange quasi-monster flick is a reminder of cinema before the IP wars began in earnest.

Blackbird, bad movies and the appeal of egosploitation cinema

By Sean McGeady

Michael Flatley's spy thriller is the latest in a grand tradition of vanity projects which are memorable for all the wrong reasons.

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