Chelsea Davis puts three films from 2000 in context with the institutionalized support of white, male rage and “aggrieved entitlement.”
Chelsea Davis is a writer from San Francisco. She holds a PhD in English literature from Stanford University. Her essays have appeared on Literary Hub, Electric Literature, and Public Domain Review, among other publications. She is currently at work on a series of essays about the generic intersections of horror and comedy film. More of her writing is available on her website: https://chelseamdavis.net.