Compared to yesterday, today feels downright perfect in terms of a lazy Sunday: gray, rainy weather (at least where I'm living), no errands to run, nothing to do except stay inside and catch up on movies and TV that I've been either too busy or too preoccupied to give my full attention until now.
As of today, I've watched the entire second season of Netflix's One Day at a Time (not genre, but still very highly recommended), as well as Shudder's Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror, which is an amazing, brilliant, and necessary horror documentary about the role and depiction of black people in horror throughout the decades. If you haven't seen it yet, it's absolutely worth watching.
- Horror Noire author Robin R. Means Coleman gives us a crash course in black horror history. (The A/V Club)
- Netflix’s You and the excuses we make for traumatized men. (Bitch Media)
- How Natasha Lyonne’s stunt double in Russian Doll filmed all those death scenes. (Vulture)
- Victims reclaimed their own narrative at Sundance 2019. (Mashable)
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