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In this week's Field Notes From Hell: Thoughts on the new Filipino thriller, 'Tenement 66', featuring impoverished tweens unwittingly robbing a dangerous old man.
Welcome to this week’s Field Notes From Hell—the weekly roundup email from my twisted newsletter, Deep Cuts. Each dispatch contains key horror news, thoughts on recent horror films, and personal life updates.
Here are this week’s Field Notes:
🏚 Though rough around the edges, Rae Red’s Tenement 66 hits on a scheme that encroaches the lives of the impoverished many; to live in constant fear and with helpless anxiety compounds having to navigate a society that stacks the whole deck against you. O.K. thriller. Great young cast.
🎙 Recorded a Pervision pod around it — dropping tomorrow!
😈 Four episodes in with American Horror Stories. It’s still terrible.
🦷 If you’re on the prowl for great horror (read: horror-adjacent) anthologies, check Slasher, Into the Dark, Creepshow, Channel Zero, and The Number 9.
🐷 A bit behind on my watchlist. Yet to watch Pig and Blood Red Sky.
Field Notes From Hell is my weekly dispatch email. I share capsule reviews, key horror news, and personal life updates.