The movie that catapulted Satan (and Satanism) into the public eye, about a modern housewife menaced by conspiracy and evil.
Atwood’s 1985 thriller about the horrors of religious patriarchy remains ever-contemporary with real fundamentalist agendas.
The disquieting saga of a reproductive dystopia and theocracy that isn’t speculative at all.
Mary Shelley’s daring exploration of morality, taboos, and forbidden science in a godless universe where human beings wield ultimate power.
Sollee examines how the “witch” (and her associations with devilry) evolved into the modern “slut,” and why many women embrace both titles today.