Monthly Archives: September 2014

Short Story: A Perfect Day

  “Echo, do you copy? Echo, do you copy?” I slowly open my eyes and stir in place. I still can’t get used to sleeping in a chair, but I need to stay near the radio. I slowly move my … Continue reading

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Film Review: Mulholland Drive | Hollywood Infected David Lynch’s Brain

David Lynch is one of the few directors whose films you can talk endlessly about. Something I’ve often discovered about certain movie directors and their movies is that there comes a point where you can’t keep talking about the movie. … Continue reading

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TV Review: Orphan Black Seasons 1 and 2 | Sestras in Crime, Love, and Science

Warning: Due to the nature of this series, it is impossible to discuss certain aspects of the show without revealing spoilers. As a result, this review will contain spoilers for the first two seasons of Orphan Black. You have been … Continue reading

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Film Review: Rebecca | Becoming a Ghost

  For most people who start getting into film and trying to study it extensively, one of the first directors they tend get attached to is Alfred Hitchcock. I really got into Hitchcock my junior year of high school, and … Continue reading

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