Category Archives: Review / External Resource

National Theatre Live’s Frankenstein

We’ve already had at least one review on an adaptation of Frankenstein, and it’s truly a testament to Shelley’s work that there are so many different incarnations of her story to be discussed. Last night for All Hallow’s Eve, I … Continue reading

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A Primer in Time Travel

Since we just finished up The Time Machine, I figured for my review I would take a look at what has to be the most confusing, complex, existential-crisis-inducing time travel movie of all time. That’s right, I’m reviewing Primer. Primer … Continue reading

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Expostulation and Reply

“—Then ask not wherefore, here, alone, Conversing as I may, I sit upon this old grey stone, And dream my time away.” Did Romantics go the way of the French Revolution? Did they spiral into a poetic fervor so deep and … Continue reading

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A Not-So-Modern Prometheus

On first, cursory and distracted viewing of this 12 minute film (I was watching it during commercial breaks of Breaking Bad) I immediately looked for something else on which to write my review. But, spurred on by laziness, and a … Continue reading

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