“The fear of leaving something left unsaid, a deep and unwavering fear, is somehow negotiated with calm in Border Districts.”
by Carson Welch on April 9, 2018April 9, 2018
“These are Alma’s and the film’s first words. A cynic will scoff, but no, give a serious thought to this idea. How many of us have the courage to dream – how many of us have the courage to dispense with cynicism and see our dreams come true?”
by Alex Lin on April 8, 2018April 8, 2018
Marvelous Mrs. Maisel paints a picture of a vivid and choreographed 1950s New York and explores development of a personal feminism.
by Tess Solomon on February 18, 2018February 18, 2018
In this new season, Riverdale’s soapy plot and neon-lit diner is su used with violence and vigilantism.
by Alex Jacobson on December 10, 2017December 10, 2017
A review of Brokeback’s “Illinois River Valley Blues” and Hand Habits’s “Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void)”
by Sam Maeglin on March 12, 2017April 2, 2017
“It follows a struggle we have all faced: if you love the past, how do you approach the future?”
by Jessica Nyquist on March 12, 2017March 11, 2017
A review of Mega Bog’s “Happy Together” and Sam Skinner’s “Danny Through Junior EP”
by Sam Maeglin on March 5, 2017July 24, 2017
A Rubblebucket concert review
by David Exumé on February 26, 2017March 5, 2017
Re-constructing Lolita with Lana Del Rey
by Gloria Umutoni on December 3, 2016
On the detective fiction of Ricardo Lísias and the electronic novel
by Lara Norgaard on October 24, 2016July 21, 2017
Hollywood retconning just got personal.
by Harrison Blackman on October 24, 2016November 13, 2016
A review of Bon Iver’s 22, A Million.
by Tom Hoopes on October 24, 2016October 24, 2016
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?