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Dunkirk’s Impressionable Terror

Fear is a unique part of the human experience. It is something that both protects us and completely wrecks us. In art, this feeling is portrayed in different ways, whether it be unsettling...

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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...

Rambo: First Blood Part II; thoughts

As the final chapter of the Rambo series arrives in cinemas, we take a look back at the original trilogy as well...

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...

Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men; thoughts

The Wu-Tang Clan was instrumental in the evolution of hip-hop music as we know it today. 25 years after their fantastic debut, Enter...

Brick: An Illustration of Extraordinary Cinematography

Cinematography is a visual language in filmmaking that speaks to the viewer in ambiguous ways. Although Rian Johnson’s debut film, Brick,...