Ginger Snaps (2000) (movie): Two death-obsessed sisters, outcasts in their suburban neighborhood, must deal with the tragic consequences when one of them is bitten by a deadly werewolf. Discover the latest Discussions, Reviews, Quotes, Theories, Explanations and Analysis of Ginger Snaps (2000) below.
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Cost: Unknown Title: Ginger Snaps Author: Cathy Cassidy Genre: Children's, contemporary Overall Rating: 4 stars I used to be a massive fan of Cathy Cassidy as a child, she was the author I had an obsession with after my Jacqueline Wilson stage and before my YA stage. Her books represent that tween era, and revisiting this book made me so nostalgic. Ginger was a typical teenage heroine, she was.
Green-Eyed Monster: Described as this by Ginger during an argument, but while she owns up to having always wanted to be her sister, it's less clear if her disapproval of Ginger throwing herself into social situations is due to jealousy (whether having ever craved the life and attention Ginger has started to enjoy, or possessiveness over her precious sister) or a genuine disgust at Ginger for.
Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning is a 2004 Canadian horror film and a prequel to Ginger Snaps and Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed.The third and final installment in the Ginger Snaps series takes place in 19th century Canada, following the Fitzgerald sisters of the two previous films: Ginger (Katharine Isabelle) and Brigitte (Emily Perkins), who are identical in all respects to their modern-day.
Like Carrie before it, Ginger Snaps uses horror-movie conventions as an inspired metaphor for puberty. When beautiful but reclusive goth teenager Ginger (Katharine Isabelle) is attacked by a monstrous wolf on the eve of her first period, her body starts changing in a big way, as do her suddenly lusty, feral appetites. Director John Fawcett masterfully balances the expectations of teen horror.
THE CAST: Ginger: Katharine Isabelle: Brigitte: Emily Perkins: Sam. Kris Lemche.