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the Horror Renaissance

As I sat down in my film class after having seen It: Chapter Two the previous weekend, I was astonished to hear my classmate relay that he hated horror and found it to...

midsommar; a look at grief and trauma

Midsommar doesn't bother to hide the underlying themes of mental health and perhaps even lets that be one of the main points of the film. After an intense series of short phone calls...

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Blinded by the Light: A Celebration of Dreams and What Inspires Us to Follow Them

Everyone needs a form of escapism, whether that involves music, film, art, or just about anything that gives us a break from...

Frances Ha: Learning To Just Go For It

The phrase "follow your dreams" can quickly garner a wave of sighs and eye rolls. The four-syllable slogan has exhausted its...

It (2017); thoughts

Clowns were, are and always will be scary. Pennywise, the antagonist of Stephen King’s It, is no different. He is arguably...

The Nightingale: An Irresponsible and Horrific Tale

When a film is acclaimed or belittled, I always pledge that I will gather my own thoughts before forming an opinion. Context...

Examining the Spiritual Humanity of Stop Making Sense 35 Years Later

Armed with nothing more than a cassette player and an acoustic guitar, David Byrne walks onto an empty, incomplete stage and says...