Coming up at The Last Drive In 🎥

*The Archie Bunker Malapropism Dictionary of Mangled English! Season Two

*From Glamour to Trauma: Deconstructing the Myth of Hag Cinema

*Robert Mitchum’s Cinematic Archetype: The Alpha-Male’volence of Harry Powell and Max Cady in Night of the Hunter (1955) & Cape Fear (1962)

*Satan in the City: Cinematic Incarnations-Modernity & the Beast in the Urban ‘pit’.

*Queers and Dykes in the Dark. Classic & Noir Cinema’s Coded Gay Characters: The idolizing/objectifying male, and the obssessive/psychotic woman.

Shelley Winters: The Bloodiest Mama of them all!


Your EverLovin’ MonsterGirl saying see ya round the snack bar, save me a box of raisinets!



9 thoughts on “Coming up at The Last Drive In 🎥

      1. Not my project. The New Thrilling Dectective Web Site is a blog I enjoy. Mostly about books but he also covers old t.v. and movies. I had never heard of SUSPECTS. Sounds like a cool concept for a book.


    1. Haha! I’d rather work on the one version of myself than having a replicant going around trying to be Joey. I hope to tackle these features, I’ve been brooding over them for a year now, and it’s just damn time to get it out of my head! It’s crammed in there as it is! Have a wonderful Holiday Season xoxo Joey


  1. Some great things coming up – as always! I’m especially looking forward to your essay on “hag cinema”.

    And: I’m binge-reading you this morning, but wanted to take a second to wish you and yours a Happy Holiday Season and all the best in 2019. :)

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  2. I can’t wait for your post on Queers in cinema! Always great stuff from the Drive in! Your work is appreciated and makes my film viewing experience that much better. Happy New Year!


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