The Quiet Lineage of Class War: ‘Little Accidents’
Film / Society / Violence

The Quiet Lineage of Class War: ‘Little Accidents’

America, “the land of the free”, is a vast space with two borders that bleed drinkable prosperity and a center that struggles to keep the so-called American Dream alive. I hesitate not to explore the ways in which America is impoverished educationally, intellectually, morally, and spiritually. As an American woman, I cannot afford to withhold … Continue reading

Old / Interesting: Deviant Women in Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘The Weight of Water’
Feminism / Film / Violence

Old / Interesting: Deviant Women in Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘The Weight of Water’

Kathryn Bigelow is known for her gut-wrenching studies of contemporary warriors and putting modern war tactics on display to the possible peril of her public reputation. Fortunately for her, this venture has proven to be undeniably captivating, in spite of being the subject of massive amounts of controversy. After all the talk, she is recognized … Continue reading

Gun Violence On-Screen in “Blue Caprice”
Film / Society / Violence

Gun Violence On-Screen in “Blue Caprice”

The truest expression of horror is exacting terrifying measures on innocent creatures in an emotionless state. “Blue Caprice”, based on true events, is a horror film. Without much blood, and with very little intimate expression on the part of the murderer, the viewer is left with a knot of unknowing in their vulnerable belly: this … Continue reading