Fresh (Cave 2022)
Soup to nuts this film has it all! It is so good, we are releasing this episode out of order. We just can’t wait to share such a spectacular feast for aficionados of fine horror. It is a perfectly balance plate of critical ideology, tension, terror, and visceral revulsion. Daisy Edgar-Jones absolutely shines!
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Fresh (Cave 2022)
TOPIC INDEX – TOPIC INDEX – Fresh (Cave 2022) (times are approximate)
0:30 – Introductions
3:15 – Movie discussion begins
3:30 – the date and the horror
6:30 – the date step by step
11:00 – meta Chad
15:00 – coercive structure and Dworkin
23:00 – back to meta Chad and Paul
26:00 – Ann
28:30 – women variously engaging with patriarchy
29:30 – Armstrong, Hamilton, Sweeney. 2006. “Sexual Assault on Campus: A Multilevel, Integrative Approach to Party Rape”
32:00 – Mollie vs Ann
39:00 – comparisons to the rape culture on college campuses
47:00 – navigating American Psycho and Silence of the Lambs references
53:00 – glamorizing serial killers
56:40 – eating montage
58:00 – killing Steve
1:02:30 – minor quibbles
1:06:00 – women socialized to placate men
1:09:15 – double consciousness
1:10:15 – grading the film using the Collective Nightmares Evolving Rubric of Social Responsibility
1:13:45 – credits
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