This article contains spoilers for the entirety of the film. Andrzej Żuławski’s 1981 horror film Possession defies easy analysis. The events of the film are straightforward, if odd; it’s certainly more grounded than other surreal […]
(Also known as Legend of a Duel to the Death) A Legend or Was It? tells the story of the Sonobe family who take refuge in Hokkaido near the end of the Second World War. When […]
For this Film Frame Friday, I’ll be covering one of my favorite Criterion releases, the wonderfully wacky, what-the-hell-did-I-just-watch classic, House. Criterion themselves provided the description of the film that has stuck with me the most: […]
Two teenage sisters, Elizabeth and Virginia, sit at a table, an unfinished jigsaw puzzle in front of them. Elizabeth idly works to piece together the puzzle. Meanwhile, Virginia stabs at the loose puzzle pieces with […]
I have never taken a film class in my life. However, I really began to get into cinema during college, around 2011 or 2012, and I’ve maintained that passion ever since. My favorite films are […]
The unique cinematic language of silent films makes them relevant even in the era of sound cinema.