Happy Thanksgiving From Frock Flicks


Here at Frock Flicks HQ, we’re taking a four-day weekend to celebrate this American holiday, plus catch up a little on our historical movie-watching backlog! You can read through our archives and check us out on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter in the meantime.




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Trystan L. Bass

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A self-described ElderGoth, Trystan has been haunting the internet since the early 1990s. Always passionate about costume, from everyday office wear to outrageous twisted historical creations, she has maintained some of the earliest online costuming-focused resources on the web. Her costuming adventures are chronicled on her website, TrystanCraft. She also ran a popular fashion blog, This Is CorpGoth, dedicated to her “office drag.”

4 Responses

  1. Constance

    Not that we needed it but it seems the latest remake of Brideshead Revisited is off. It turned out to be far too expensive. I am however anxious for an update of the Edith Wharton-based Custom of the Country. That book should make a great series.

  2. M.E. Lawrence

    Christine Ricci is a goddess. I’ve never been sure why a summer camp would be staging a T-Day pageant, but her speech makes it all worth while.

    • hsc

      Camp Chippewa manager (and maybe owner?) Gary Granger has pretensions of being a playwright and uses the camp to present “his vision”– which is a wretchedly written (as Wednesday brutally calls him on), pathetically ahistoric (Pocahontas?!?) play about “brotherhood.”
      However, Gary’s vision of “brotherhood” is simply a further demonstration of the “privileged”– the blond preppy campers– being condescending (“these savages are our guests!“) to their “inferiors”– Wednesday, Joel and all the other “misfit” campers– which Wednesday subverts spectacularly.
      Plus, the movie was released just before Thanksgiving, so it has an extra layer of taking a shot at all the cultural blather that we used to get hit with each November. 


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