Review of The Company of Wolves

If you’re interested in reading my thoughts on the 1984 film The Company of Wolves, check out the guest review I wrote for the Month of Horror series on my good friend Cameron Cook’s blog, Underrated or Misinterpreted. How could you not be enticed by this opening line?: 

The Company of Wolves (1984), directed by Neil Jordan with a screenplay by Jordan and Angela Carter, is one of the first of the “arthouse horror” films and, I would argue, manages to be both successful and flawed at merging both genres.

I focus my piece on the film’s structure and how Jordan uses it to reinforce the story’s feminist underpinnings. Let me know what you think!

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