At We Are Your Voice, Clarkisha Kent writes, “Nakia is the MVP of Black Panther–If Anyone is Revolutionary, it is Her.” “Still, that said, there is one more thing I have managed to not waver on, even as I have watched the film like 2345678186527 times: That Nakia—Not Erik […]
Dr. Nerdlove writes about The Punisher and Frank Castle’s broken masculinity. “Like the incredible Jessica Jones, Marvel’s The Punisher examines and elevates a character and a genre defined by tropes and clichés. Despite being one in a long series of knock-offs of the Lone Vigilante genre – codified in its modern […]
BBC Radio 4 has a dramatization of Philip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” trilogy. Listen here.
At Vulture, Angelica Jade Bastién writes about Now, Voyager, its presentation of mental illness and hope. “In the years since its release, the film has garnered a reputation as Davis’s best performance and a quintessential example of the women’s picture, a proto-feminist subgenre that took shape in 1930s […]
BBC Radio 4 produces “The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula.” Listen to Sherlock Holmes investigate Dracula in BBC Radio’s 1981 production of “Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula.” And Orson Welles and Agnes Moorehead star in the Mercury Theater of the Air’s production of “Dracula.”
One of the greatest joys in my life is coming across almost ineffable wonder. I take pleasure in the good and the bad, sure, but there are wonders in this world. There is art that transcends our petty categories of “good” and “bad.” Things I find difficult or […]