Warning: this post contains spoilers!
One of the many, many reasons I love Halloween is that it reminds me to watch a scary movie.
Horror isn’t usually my genre of choice. In the big picture, I love having a time of year when it’s all right to be spooky, to be scared, and to be cleverly morbid before we Give Thanks, and then celebrate Christmas.
In years past, Megan and I have fixed shortcomings in our movie knowledge, like watching The Exorcist. This year, she and I watched The Babadook.
Tagged Halloween | Hero archetype | Jennifer Kent | LGBT | marginalization | Megan Rexius-Hall | monster | Spoiler Alert | subversion | The Babadook | The Exorcist | trope