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LADIES OF THE LAW: Women who work for the law, and those who go against it
Anything and Everything / Feminist Criticism

LADIES OF THE LAW: Women who work for the law, and those who go against it

In an industry dominated by men it is not often we find ourselves with women in crime films. But when we do they are resilient, determined and 100% badass, whether working for the law or vigilantes working against it. Here’s 6 Screenqueens’ writers faves… COFFY (COFFY, 1973) When it comes to the ladies of the … Continue reading

STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS- Kill Your Darlings: On Beatniks, mine-sweeping and Daniel Radcliffe’s snailtrail
Stream of Consciousness

STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS- Kill Your Darlings: On Beatniks, mine-sweeping and Daniel Radcliffe’s snailtrail

Stream Of Consciousness is a segment dedicated to the mind ramblings we all have whilst watching movies. TW: DRUGS, SUICIDE -Radcliffe’s looking hot with those glasses on this shouldn’t be allowed. -Ah, it’s cause he has brown eyes here, I dig it, -Honestly, Dane DeHaan can get all up in my grill whenever he feels … Continue reading

THROWBACK REVIEW- Dirty Dancing: On hungry eyes, crop tops and pre Roe V Wade
Feminist Criticism / Reviews

THROWBACK REVIEW- Dirty Dancing: On hungry eyes, crop tops and pre Roe V Wade

  TW: ABORTION One evening, my grandmother boiled some water on the stove to make her tea; and while she waited, she decided to flip through the tv channels to see what was on. Nothing seemed to catch her attention, when suddenly the silver screen was illuminated by the exotic, vibrant, and sensual moves also … Continue reading