Horror films have transitioned from haunted house ghost stories and crazed maniacs to these new formulas we see today.
Woody Allen likes nouns. A lot. Especially when he can live vicariously through them to escape the present.
Analyzing the portrayal of the Holocaust in Hollywood films.
This is an analysis of the narrative structure supported by the polaroids in the masterpiece film, Memento by Christopher Nolan.
How do the speculations of a voyeur affect the perspective of an audience? What's outside the rear window?
How being an active viewer helps gain fulfillment within ambiguity.
A look at the changes to Jay and Silent Bob's characters over the years throughout their multi-media career.
Should a director concentrate more on their own personal style or on the story they're telling?