Scout Tafoya

Scout Tafoya is a filmmaker and critic from Doylestown, Pennsylvania, currently living in Astoria, New York. He’s the director of films such as House of Little Deaths and Diana, the creator of RogerEbert.com’s “The Unloved,” the longest-running video essay series on the web, and a regular contributor at MUBI Notebook, Kinoscope, and other outlets. His work, both fiction and nonfiction, is most frequently posted at his patreon page (https://patreon.com/honorszombie). 


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Housekeeping’s Patron Saint

"Roma" is a movie made to appease the ruling class: fawning in its praise of power, it dead-ends at an image that literally deifies servitude....


Horror Show

“Suspiria” casts its arms up in praise and its eyes toward the dirt, feeling unworthy of the artists whose name it moans in worship....

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