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by gene kim
love at first sight is bs because love makes you look twice.
You look once and do a double take
Because you see these golden lights
And wedding bells are going off in your head
In your mind you’re already in white—
by max zhang
from FILM NOTES ON A GOD WHO DREAMS WITH THE SKY PAINTED NEON: A Documentary
Aging is just learning new definitions for numbers. Is changing
numerical figures to human ones.
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“Hell Nope”: Jordan Peele, Zombies, and the Legacy of Voyeurism in the Black Horror Tradition
by everett bonner
The horror genre has long been used to expose deep societal anxieties, based on our greatest fears of chaos, unease, mystery, and gore. The frightful suspense of horror films, however, can often prove too intense for many viewers to handle, leaving the genre fairly inaccessible to a wide audience.
Image: Universal Pictures
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How We Choose to See Cassie Thomas Matters
by madeline wasson
While the trailer for Promising Young Woman might lead you to believe that main character Cassie (Carey Mulligan) is merely a woman tricking unsupposing sexual predators into attempting to assault her while she feigns intoxication, her character is much more complex than that. This is something which becomes more apparent as her background, and prior experiences with sexual assault, are revealed.