Australian feminist horror anthology: from giggles to shivers in a scream of dark joy.
Horror anthology films, such as the V/H/S series (2012–14, and on TV from 2018) and The Field Guide to Evil (2018), provide a thematic frame for experiments and emergences in filmmaking. They often allow established directors – or established creatives who are better known for non-directing work – to adopt a looser, more playful idiom. They can also provide a showcase for directors who otherwise struggle for attention within an industry dominated by white men.
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