WRITERS CHOICE- This month’s theme is ‘YOUTH’
Writers Choice

WRITERS CHOICE- This month’s theme is ‘YOUTH’

‘Writers Choice’ is a monthly segment. Each month a theme will be chosen and the contributors asked to choose a film to mini-review based around said theme. This month’s theme is ‘youth’.  THE GOONIES (1985) TRIGGER WARNINGS: ABLEISM, MURDER The Goonies is a 1985 action-adventure-comedy directed by Richard Donner, starring Sean Austin in his first … Continue reading

SHORT FILM: ‘OKCupid in Theory & In Practice’ by Carlie Glassman
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SHORT FILM: ‘OKCupid in Theory & In Practice’ by Carlie Glassman

Carlie Glassman is a Women, Gender, and Sexuality major with a concentration in media studies at Goucher College. In the Fall 2013 semester she made a short film about the dating website, OKCupid. She used her (now ex-) boyfriend and herself as subjects to analyze how the algorithm worked, and how OKCupid results compared to other personality … Continue reading

REVIEW- Noah: On Eco-Warriors, Rock Monsters and the Gospel Truth
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REVIEW- Noah: On Eco-Warriors, Rock Monsters and the Gospel Truth

Requiem for a Dream director Darren Aronofsky has mashed up various ideals & theories such as creationism, evolution and environmentalism in his latest $125,000,00 kinda biblical-kinda-pro-vegan epic, Noah. Now y’all know the drill, Noah (that good fella from the Bible) is sent a message from ‘the creator’ that he intends to destroy the earth to rid it … Continue reading