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Final Girls

The term “Final Girl” has become a staple nomenclature within the realm of horror cinema, tracing its origins back to academic discourse in the late 1970s. Coined by film theorist Carol J. Clover in her seminal work “Men, Women, and Chain Saws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film,” the term refers to the surviving female protagonist who typically outlasts her companions to confront the antagonist in slasher films. These heroines, often characterized by their intelligence, resourcefulness, and moral integrity, serve as the audience’s surrogate and embody the ultimate triumph of good over evil in the face of overwhelming terror. From Laurie Strode in “Halloween” to Sidney Prescott in “Scream,” the Final Girl archetype has left an indelible mark on horror cinema, evolving over the decades to reflect changing societal norms and expectations surrounding gender roles and representation in film.

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