October 15, 2020 | 9:22am ET
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“But this is life. This isn’t a movie..”
There are certain rules you must follow when talking about a final girl.
Join Jenn, Lara, and Mike as they travel all the way from Woodsboro to LA with our favorite final girl. This week, Psychoanalysis explores the story of Sidney Prescott over the first three films of the Scream franchise and examines how PTSD affects her relationships with others.
They’ll look at her resilience through horrific events, compare and contrast her boyfriends, and describe the many ways they find empowerment in her story. Rest assured, they do mention the sweater — and the bangs. As always, they’ll end with their grounding and self-care.
Our moms and dads are gonna be so mad at us…
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—Scream and Heathers Are a Twisted, Traumatic Teenage Double Feature
—The Legacy of Scream Part One: How Billy Loomis Represents a Real Fear of Abusive Men
—Why Scream 2 Is Still One of the Best Horror Sequels of All Time
—Unpacking Maureen Prescott’s Devastating Story in Scream 3
—Sidney Prescott Is the Scream Queen for Millennials
—Trauma-Informed Resilience and Posttraumatic Growth (PTG)
—Strengths Discussion Questions