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In Praise of Big Little Lies: Why It Matters

Abuse is a heavy and complex issue that is too often misrepresented in film and television. It’s sensationalized,...

The Complicated History of Hitchcock: Abuse in Hollywood

This article contains information that might not be suitable for all readers. If you are sensitive to the mentioning of rape,...

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...

From Bombay Beach, With Love

In my senior year of college, I felt wildly untethered by the ambiguous path ahead of my graduation. I knew this to...

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,...

The Cruel Optimism of Bojack Horseman

In the recently released, first part of the sixth season of Bojack Horseman, the titular washed-up former sitcom star battles his self-loathing,...

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,...

The It Franchise: How a Horror Phenomenon Built a Home in my Heart

The most intriguing aspect of Stephen King's renowned novel It, has always been the coming of age story that is at the...