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Insidious

Insidious

Where’s My Roy Cohn? by Hope Madden There’s a tendency in horror cinema, after a villain has established his evil nature in a film or two, to turn the story…read more →

Punk History

Punk History

Desolation Center by Rachel Willis Director Stuart Swezey has a personal interest in telling the story of Desolation Center and the five truly unique events they coordinated in the mid-1980s.…read more →

Queen Bee

Queen Bee

Honeyland by Hope Madden Cinematic in structure, narrative in its storytelling, all of it expressed with a visual flair that give it the sense of poetry—Honeyland is no ordinary documentary.…read more →

Dearly Beloved

Dearly Beloved

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am by Hope Madden Before Toni Morrison was old enough to understand the F-word her mother had her washing off the sidewalk, she understood the…read more →

Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures

The Invisibles by Rachel Willis In 1943, the infamous Joseph Goebbels declared Berlin was “free of Jews.” However, 7000 Jewish residents remained in hiding in Germany’s capital. Director Claus Räfle…read more →

The Good News

The Good News

The Gospel of Eureka by Rachel Willis Eureka Springs, Arkansas has long been considered a magical place. In the mid-19th century, its springs were known for their “healing” waters. It’s…read more →

Aging Gracefully

Aging Gracefully

They Shall Not Grow Old by Hope Madden For those of us who haven’t experienced it, war is nearly impossible to fathom: the horror, terror, inhumanity and chaos of it.…read more →