#VundaHalloweenathon Day 8: "Domestic Dysfunction"
#VundaHalloweenAthon Day 8: "Domestic Dysfunction"
Today is a day for murder boyfriends and bloodthirsty girlfriends and all manner of (gendered and non-gendered) f*cked up relationship dynamics in horror. Because sometimes the most horrifying things are the people closest to us...
-Fresh (2022) directed by Mimi Cave -- Hulu
-Possession (1981) directed by Andrzej Żuławski (France, Germany) -- AMC+, Shudder
-Antichrist (2009) directed by Lars von Trier (Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Sweden) -- Criterion, Tubi
-Sinister (2012) directed by Scott Derrickson -- Amazon Prime, Tubi
-May (2002) directed by Lucky McKee -- Tubi, PlutoTV
-Audition (1999) directed by Takashi Miike -- AMC+, Tubi
-Rosemary's Baby (1968) directed by Roman Polanski -- Showtime
-The Astronauts Wife (1999) directed by Rand Ravich
-The Devil's Advocate (1997) directed by Taylor Hackford -- Tubi
-Evil Dead Rise (2023) directed by Lee Cronin -- Max
-Hereditary (2018) directed by Ari Aster -- Max
-Blood Rage (1987) directed by John Grissmer
Our official #VundaHalloweenAthon art that features Freddy Kreuger, Captain Spaulding, and Sheetar was done by Josh Stifter who is not only a talented artist but a filmmaker. If you subscribe to his Flush Studios Patreon you will gain access great behind the scenes content from Little Lucia and the Big Deal a wrestling short he is working on, Scumbag the film he's currently editing shot alone during covid, you will be a part of pre-production on Band-Aid face, and Abcess, and access his short films like 1st of November. He has two feature length films: The Good Exorcist is a comedic horror film made for $7000 under the supervision of Robert Rodriguez available on TromaNOW (perfect for "Comedy of Terrors" or "To Hell with the Devil" day) or his Joe Bob's Jamboree Hubbie Award winning second feature film Greywood's Plot (perfect for "Creature Comforts" day) a film about friendship, cryptids and making a monster, out now thanks to Terror Films on digital and Tubi.
#VundaHalloweenathon would not be worth doing if it wasn't for the wonderful performances of so many great actors, and the blood, sweat, and tears put in by writers. The Writers Guild of America just reached an agreement with the Association of Movie Producers and Television Producers, but the Screen Actors Guild are still on strike for fair compensation. We at the Vundacast support these efforts.