WHFS presents: Horror Films Directed by African Americans

Happy Black History Month, and beyond, everyone. While we celebrate blackness everyday this month we are appreciating African American directors of our chosen film genre: horror. I know I’ve written previously that “darkness” and “blackness” too often gets associated with all things macabre. I want to iterate that when I think of things that are…

WHFS presents: Arrival (2015)

{in progress] I’m pretty sure AnneA already appreciated this film but i’m not anne arkhane i’m the great rocky funking mountain Yeti Spider. The kind of spider that always has one leg missing and a few prosthetics laying around just in case i loose the ones i’m wearing in a funking dance off. I met…

Happy Friday the 13th

All this COVID SPIKE stuff has me an a terrible mood. Not that my mood in important at this momentwhat i really mean is that all this loss is difficult to adjust to and so, like i do, i turn towards writing about filmin search of a way to express what i’m feeling about our…

Spooky fireside stories about subconsciousness

House of Leaves by Danielewski, Mark Z. When I pick this up a few years ago I didn’t know what I was embarking on. I didn’t know the story would haunt me, that it would taunt me from the bookshelf next to the bed, that everyday occurrences would remind me of it’s oddity, that it…

WHFS: Drive-ins

Late July: Crash (2004) and E.T. (1982ish)
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Collaborative Survival Statement

Collaborative Survival Statement: We are spiritual leaders working to build a world infused with the spirit of the Divine, love, equity, and interdependence. In the face of injustice, inequity, and violence, we are determined to walk the path that many who came before us have envisioned and laid the groundwork for; one that is grounded…

Poor People’s Campaign Assemble! Online

“The Poor People’s Assembly and Moral March on Washington will be an historic, generationally transformative digital event. Across the internet and the airwaves we will drive the vision and agenda of our communities into the heart of the national narrative.”