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  • The Australian psychological horror film, The Babadook (2014) directed by Jennifer Kent received critical acclaim and won many awards.Horror film-Wikipedia
  • The singer had prepared sketches for the album cover which were inspired by the album's themes of night terrors and lucid dreaming, as well as Eilish's interest in horror films, specifically The Babadook.When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?-Wikipedia
  • Jennifer Kent (born 1969) is an Australian actress, writer and director, best known for her directorial debut, the horror film The Babadook (2014).Jennifer Kent-Wikipedia
  • The nickname is a reference to the film The Babadook.Tímea Babos-Wikipedia
  • This included the Blu-ray and DVD releases of The Babadook and Backcountry, among others.IFC Films-Wikipedia
  • The Babadook brings up everyday issues that many women face, like the journey of motherhood, and raising a child as a widow.Jennifer Kent-Wikipedia

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