I love Medusa. As far as I am concerned, she is a feminist icon. Medusa is so often misunderstood. She is so much more than a ‘monster’ will snakes for hair. When I...
Moxie McMurder is a writer, poet, and film critic who regularly contributes to Honeysuckle Magazine. Based in the UK, she is the staff film critic for Garden City Cinema. The founder of Lead Jammer M
Jess is calm in the face of a potentially unbalanced boyfriend and is the antithesis of the girl who cries and screams throughout the whole film.
Netflix’s new six-part docuseries, Murder Mountain, covers multiple missing persons, betrayal, murder and marijuana. It investigates the dark side of the hippie dream. What is Murder Mountain?The region around Humboldt County, California produces 60% of the medical marijuana grown in the U.S. Humboldt County also has the most missing person cases in...
"I was tired of being obedient.” AMC’s new show Dietland is a dark comedy that relishes sharp dissections of uncomfortable subjects, including topics that have been on heavy rotation in the public conversation lately.
You’ve read an American’s take on the United Kingdom’s decision to legalize medical cannabis across the nation, but how do British citizens feel? Our UK-based correspondent Moxie McMurder explains the impact of the new legislation from her point of view.
As the cannabis legalization debate blazes furiously through the United States, our UK-based columnist Moxie McMurder weighs in on her personal usage and the situation across the pond.
When snow falls on Christmas Eve: Beware the man with frosted sleeves : Who knocks upon your door : He’ll Tap at your windows : And do much more : Before he’s back knocking on your door: Knocking on your door: Knocking on your door.
Final Girls are a hot commodity these days with American Horror Story, the Scream TV series and Scream Queens all hitting the mainstream and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. The Final Girls works!
Seattle based artist Olivia Knapp creates beautiful hand drawn illustrations that are both elegant and surreal. Strongly influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th to 18th century.