Found on Pinterest. Foam and some paint and I will have the perfect basement door for the Barn Haunt this year.
“Feud: Bette and Joan,” about the combustible, alchemic collaboration between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?,” is a love letter to hate.
More precisely, “Feud” is about how a complicated mix of emotions mushed together as hate — desire, envy, fear — can be both toxic and creatively energizing. It’s about how Hollywood creates a catfight narrative between two women and sells tickets to it. It’s about hate as a commodity, a product, a shameful meal plated under a silver dome.
“Feud,” with blunt writing but exquisite performances, recreates that dish, critiques it and eats it with relish.