Boy-mad Oblivion: Dialling Into the 'Dream Phone' Dystopia of LibraLibra's "Loverboy"

Brighton quartet LibraLibra’s latest music video showcases a razor sharp parody of creepy 90s board game Dream Phone. We spoke with frontwoman Beth Cannon about the darkness beneath her bubblegum pop, mental health, hedonism, and the boy-girl divide.

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"Hymen Holocaust": 'Cherry Falls' and the Myth of the Sacred Virgin

Since the fifties, teen culture has often revolved around an active rejection of the values and morals of the past generation. As horror movies suggest, when it comes to sex that rejection can be a matter of life or death.

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To Hell With Horror Gatekeeping: ‘The Lost Boys’ Reboot Belongs to Queer Kids and Teeny Boppers

Horror bros are going off on The CW’s reboot of The Lost Boys. Because - as we all know - teenage girls & queer kids can’t have horror too, right? We’re calling time on all the outrage.

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Facing the Millennial Mortality of 'It Follows' and 'Happy Death Day'

In the halcyon days of your teenage years and early twenties, it’s easy to believe that you may just live forever - no matter how hard you party or who you piss off in the process. But as these two modern horrors conclude, death catches up to all of us eventually. Sometimes literally.

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Romance, Revenge, and Raising Hell: Clarissa Explains F*** All's Fave Films of 2018

It’s been a year of uncommonly good rom-coms, searing satire, chilling horror, and blood soaked tales of rip-roaring revenge.

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Luca Guadagnino's 'Suspiria' is a Bland, Beige Remake Without Any Meaning

It isn’t that Luca Guadagnino’s take on Dario Argento’s mesmerising horror classic is bad, but it’s definitely bloated, pompous, and overwrought - and we’ll be damned if we understand any of it.

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Harmless Fun: Pop Culture Has Always Lied To Us About Rape

In popular culture, asking for consent is a real mood-buster. If you want a woman to fall madly in lust or love with you, all you have to do is force her until she relents and there’ll be no consequences for however violently you attacked her.

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With its 90s Episode, 'Riverdale' Became the Wes Craven Tribute of our Dreams

Add a sprinkle of ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’, an obscure horror movie tie-in cover song, and the hot spectre of Billy “bubblebutt boyfriend” Loomis and you’ve got one helluva dreamy tribute to Wes Craven.

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'Making a Murderer' Part 2 Finally Highlights the Stories of Women

Making a Murderer Part 2 finally asks the right questions, including—but not limited to—if Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey didn’t kill Teresa Halbach, then who did? And the person behind these pretty fucking pertinent questions is Kathleen Zellner.

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An Illustrated Guide to the Gothic, Camp Genius of ‘Riverdale’ S3 (So Far)

A lovingly screencapped guide to all of our favourite moments from the first two episodes of the third season of the show. Because holy shit, my fellow serpents and ghoulies, S3 is shaping up to be dark, camp masterpiece.

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A Star Is Not Born (Obviously, a Review of 'A Star Is Born')

It’s undeniable that the trailer features catchy songs and promising visuals, but at over 2 hours long, A Star Is Born is a jumbled mess, filled with clumsy reshoots, and half-assed acting.

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Everything to Watch, Hear, and Do This Week (Oct 8th - Oct 14th)

Your fave Netflix teen drama and Japanese reality show are making a return alongside the premieres of a horror musical, a binge-worthy haunting, a bisexual dramedy, and Nicholas Cage losing his fucking mind.

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