Queer Film and Book Recommendations for Pride

WLW: But I’m a Cheerleader (1999) Princess Cyd (2017) The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018) I Like Girls (2016) Booksmart (2019) Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) Pariah (2011) The Half of It (2020) Battle of the Sexes (2017) Yes or No (2010) The Favourite (2018) The Handmaiden (2016) Ammonite (2020) Mississippi Damned (2009) … More Queer Film and Book Recommendations for Pride

Rosemary’s Baby

*Be aware of mild spoilers in the final paragraph’s content warning* *Be aware of mild spoilers in the final paragraph’s content warning* In past articles, I’ve reviewed newer horror movies, but the current film I’ll be discussing is a horror classic. Rosemary’s Baby, released in 1968, was written and directed by Roman Polanski and was … More Rosemary’s Baby

Better Watch Out

Lillian ShannonNovember 24, 2020 The holiday season has just passed, and with that came the annual celebration of Christmas. Last year was a little less than conventional, so I say that this calls for some less than conventional movies, and what says that better than horror and Christmas combined? This article will be about one … More Better Watch Out

Spree

Lillian ShannonJanuary 11, 2021 Here we are again, in the series where the only thing discussed is horror movies. The movie I will be talking about is Spree, which was released in August of 2020. This movie was directed by Eugene Kotlyarenko and written by Gene McHugh as well as Kotlyarenko. It stars Stranger Things … More Spree

The Farm

Lillian ShannonOctober 25, 2020 Welcome back to this series of articles where I will be talking about horror movies and horror movies only. This time I will be talking about the fairly new movie The Farm. Released in 2018, this film was written and directed by Hans Stjernswärd. It stars Nora Yessayan, Ken Volok, and … More The Farm

Film Review: Joker

Shaochen ShiNovember 30, 2019 Joker was definitely one of the most memorable movies released in 2019.  In a decadent metropolis, Gotham City, a miserable comedian named Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) is slowly being pushed to insanity. Like any fictional city in the early 80s, everyone in the subway wears suits while people in the streets starve, … More Film Review: Joker