Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, about a man who stays young thanks to a magical portrait that does the aging for him, has been adapted countless times since it was first published in 1890. There’s yet another version in the works, and though its gender-swapping twist isn’t a first, it still sounds mighty…
Four talented female writer-directors and one animator contribute segments to horror anthology XX, all decidedly female-centric stories driven by powerful female performances. That said, absolutely anyone who prefers the unsettling creep of dread to predictable jump scares will enjoy this one.
St. Vincent is kind of like that girl from high school. You know the one. She didn't care about the popular kids. She wore vintage clothes before they were cool, and she drove to the city on the weekends to see art house flicks with her friends who were already in college. Damn, that girl was cool.