Grief is a hush topic in American culture, the awkwardness with raw emotion leaves us ill-equipped in our society to deal with such a strong sense of loss. During times of such intense feelings, many often escape through film. Although sometimes, it is comforting to seek out situations like your
Taika Waititi’s latest film, a World War II satire following a young, lonely German boy reimagines an era in history through comedy, without erasing the ugliness of war. As its release expands worldwide, it continues to thrive at the box office, and rightfully so. Waititi’s follow up to Thor: Ragnarok
The Final Girl is one of the most recognizable tropes in the horror genre, especially in the revolutionary subgenre, the slasher film. Not only has the final girl evolved dramatically over the years, but there are a few theories attempting to explain the underlying meaning behind the sole survivor’s role.