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Alisha Mughal explores how the teen werewolf film is perhaps even more poignant now than it was upon its 2000 release in depicting how professionalized…
Veronica Phillips muses on her relationship with John Waters and Johnny Knoxville, as they form the three vertices of a filthy, queer love triangle…
Recent rom coms like ‘I Want You Back’ modernize the turbulent, complicated friendships-turned-romance trope that was made so iconic in ‘When Harry Met…
Television series 'Minx' (HBO) and 'Pam & Tommy' (Hulu) depict sexualization and attempts at reclamation, but the female characters (and real women…
‘Lost Highway’ explores many of Lynch’s well-known idiosyncrasies and thematic and visual obsessions.
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Now in theaters and VOD, this internet horror coming-of-age tale explores the danger of online role-playing and the power of digital self-creation.
Alongside its arthouse dramas and dark fantasy films, Norway has, since 2015, also produced disaster movies on a scale that both replicates and rivals…
Tracking the progression of female representation in Joachim Trier’s Oslo films — ‘Reprise,’ ‘Oslo, August 31st,’ and ‘The Worst Person in the World.’
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Many critical interpretations of the 2002 film view protagonist Sy Parrish as a "creep," but Alisha Mughal argues that this says more about our judgment…
Like any good work of speculative fiction, 'After Yang' asks questions not only about the organization of a future society, but also of its ethical…
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