No Picture
Articles

Antebellum

September 24, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Again, film lovers find ourselves in the midst of the industry adjusting to the fact that for the foreseeable future, movie theaters will not be safe enough to attract crowds large enough […]

No Picture
Articles

Blaze

September 17, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane When Ethan Hawke revealed his first directorial project was going to be on outlaw country music artist Blaze Foley, I firstly rejoiced at the thought of one of my favorite actors helming […]

No Picture
Articles

I’m Thinking of Ending Things

September 10, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane While many modern filmgoers may not immediately recognize Charlie Kaufman by name alone, his body of work is vitally important to the landscape of modern cinema. Characterized by an idiosyncratic writing style […]

No Picture
Articles

Tenet

September 3, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Many a think piece has been written about the efficacy of releasing films in theaters amid the coronavirus pandemic still affecting most of the country. Central to those conversations has been modern […]

No Picture
Articles

Boys State

August 27, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Every year, in each of the 50 states, The American Legion hosts gender specific mock government simulations called Girls State and Boys State. In each case nearly 1,000 incoming high school seniors […]

No Picture
Articles

The Last Dance

August 20, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane If you’re anything like me, your free time these past few weeks has been dominated by the recent NBA restart. This had me recently considering some of the greatest films centering around […]

No Picture
Articles

She Dies Tomorrow

August 13, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane New movies during the pandemic, and in the absence of movie theaters, have been few and far between for movie lovers and even more rare has been the release of good new […]