Fragile Identities and Modern Horror Movies

To say the horror genre has been enjoying something of a renaissance might be putting it mildly. Since the release of Paranormal Activity in 2009 and Insidious in 2010, Blumhouse Productions has practically become a household name, turning out hit after hit, including the multiple entries in the franchises born out of both aforementioned films. The success of Blumhouse has inspired new indie film studios…

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