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Film Crit Cram School: The Red Balloon

Note: sigh, a day late … but I’m making up for it with a double post! I had a lot going on yesterday and was only able to watch the movies, not write about them too. 488 more words

Film Crit Cram School

Catching Up: “Eraserhead”

Film’s that are abstract and weirder than usual are expected, and usually quite welcome. It shows a certain level of creativity, which can sometimes be overlooked when only the same type of films are constantly made. 686 more words


The Brat Pack

The Brat Pack

Despite the fact that I was born in the nineties, I am obsessed with movies from the eighties, specifically 1985. Upon entering middle school, I met a new friend who introduced me to the genius works of art, and our friendship was cemented over nachos and marathon viewings of… 468 more words


It's the Pictures That Got Small

Ever since I saw Singin’ in the Rain in theaters a few years ago, I’ve been addicted to seeing classic films on the big screen. To some it doesn’t seem plausible traveling fifteen minutes to the movie theater and paying for overpriced food and drink just to see a movie that I already own. 768 more words

Classic Films

It's time I had a movie education!

It has recently been brought to my attention just how few films I have seen. I have always known that my movie knowledge is lacking, yet, it never felt like I’d truly missed out on anything before. 658 more words


Lolita (1962)

I have a podcast as well! It is called Outside of a Dog (yes, I know, another dog pun). There, I will discuss literature with my friend Jonas rather than analyse films. 49 more words

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Ingrid Thursdays: Spellbound (1945)

The Film: Psychoanalysis is the prevalent theme of Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound, a practice that was beginning to make its presence more known in the public spectrum in the mid 1940s. 633 more words