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Jennifer Wallis reviews Network’s newly-restored DVD release of Just Like a Woman (1966), and enters a surreal cinematic world where hippies, Nazi architects, and unhappy wives find their place in 1960s London.
In her second blog on mothers in horror, LAKKAYA PALMER considers involuntary motherhood in Rosemary’s Baby and Hereditary.
Tasteless or underrated? Jennifer Wallis makes the case in support of Michael Winner’s supernatural horror The Sentinel.
In her first blog post for Headpress, Lakkaya Palmer explores the representation of monstrous mothers and children in Alice, Sweet Alice, and argues for the film as a key entry in the 1970s ‘family horror’ canon.
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