Ax Wound: Gender and Horror by Hannah D. Forman
"..it is my hope that Ax Wound will start a dialogue about gender in the horror/slasher/gore genre and the pyscho-social impact these films have on our culture. I want this zine to be a safe place for feminists who struggle with they're enjoyment of this brand of film, which is typically thought to reinforce patriarchal values, and try to understand why we love them so much..."
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A Girl Called Kill
Fuck Art School
Ax Wound part 2
Brain-Dead Barbie: Pretty Poems about a Prefab Goddess
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