Happy Saturday, everyone! It's the day before the Oscars (still inexplicably on a Sunday when those of us who have to cover it also have to get up for work the following day). I'm hoping for a big genre takedown of all the categories -- I'm rooting extra hard for The Shape of Water -- but I don't think it's going to be a huge sweep for GDT.
If you're still at ECCC, permit me to be jealous from afar -- but make sure you're checking out our Fangrrls segment on the live stage! It's the same time every day (3 p.m. ET/12 noon ET), so go keep my gals company for me where I cannot.
- Mary Lambert’s Pet Sematary is a good pick to wrap up Women in Horror Month with. (Dead Ringers)
- I’d heard Barbra Streisand had cloned her dogs, but I didn’t realize she’d written a freaking ESSAY FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES ABOUT IT.
- Hamilton allows for engagement as language, not just rhythm and beat. (The Washington Post)
- The easter egg at this year’s Oscars is actually eggs. Mind. Blown. (Little White Lies)
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