This article was originally published at The Nerd Cave on March 3, 2014.
Comics are becoming more widely accepted as a form of entertainment both critically and as a form of popular entertainment every year. 1,050 more words
It shouldn’t be a revelation to any of you that I love Walt Disney Animation Studios, because I’ve never really made efforts to conceal that. I’ve always worn that love on my sleeves, happily belting out lyrics, buying tickets to every new release and rerelease that the studio pushes into theaters, memorizing the release order of the whole canon, and encouraging anybody who will listen to me to not overlook them simply on account of their being animated. 7,742 more words
An excerpt from second year uni, in which I made shit up and made it sound legitimate.
Andrew Ross suggests that queer subcultures view cinema and other media “through imaginary or displaced relations” (157), implying that the straight meanings prevalent in mainstream cinema are appropriated by a queer audience to suit their subculture. 665 more words
Session 9 by Brad Anderson is one of my all time favorite horror movies, but upon rewatching it recently, it struck me that unlike most of my other horror favorites, Session 9 has no female main characters. 4,648 more words