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    Rachel Bolton

    Rachel Bolton is a tired writer working on more projects than she has time for. Her writing has previously appeared in Ms En Scene, SideQuest, Scriptophobic, My American Nightmare, and Weirdbook Annual: Witches. She enjoys crocheting, reading massive amounts of books, watching documentaries, and playing video games.

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  • What’s Real and What Isn’t in Cursed Films0

    Horror has long been a worthy genre, but it’s lately been getting it’s analytical due.  Streaming site Shudder has created excellent original documentaries, History of Horror and Horror Noire.  The streak continues with five bite-sized episodes of Cursed Films. The series reexamines some of our more infamous pop culture memories about horror movies. With its

  • Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood Wastes its Potential

    Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood Wastes its Potential8

    Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood Quentin Tarantino (Director and Writer), Robert Richardson (Cinematography), Fred Raskin (Editor), Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie (Cast) Released July 26, 2019 SPOILER WARNING: This review contains spoilers for Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood. Once Upon a Time, I was a huge Quentin Tarantino fan. I’d seen

  • Twenty Years of Padme Deserving Better

    Twenty Years of Padme Deserving Better1

    It was 2003 and I sat in the backseat of my aunt and uncle’s minivan watching Attack of the Clones with my cousins. The movie played on the car’s DVD player, making the action smaller than normal. I’d seen the movie before and at this point in the story, Padme and Anakin are trying not