James Bond and the Growing Fear of Technology

By | Dec 18, 2014 | 11 comments

Technophobia has been growing for years, yet James Bond has reflected this idea for decades in his popular movie series.

Fight Club: Masculinity Within Millennial Transition

By | Dec 16, 2014 | 20 comments

Acclaimed director David Fincher, long before Gone Girl, first dissected masculinity and mortality in 1999's cult-smash Fight Club.

Avatar’s Shock and Awe: Technology, Race, and Space

By | Dec 10, 2014 | 52 comments

An analysis of the multilayered impact of the 21st century's biggest box office hit so far.

Godzilla, Spielberg and Cinematic Foreplay

By | Dec 7, 2014 | 33 comments

Godzilla imitated Jaws' suspenseful foreplay, style and character names. But why did it fail in satisfying audiences like Jaws?

The Equalizer: Five Indian Masala Action Films You Should Watch After It

By | Dec 6, 2014 | 15 comments

When Hollywood borrows from India - why The Equalizer isn't all that American when you look close enough.

Top 10 Implementations of 3D in Film: A New Dimension in Filmmaking

By | Dec 3, 2014 | 30 comments

3D has changed the way audiences see movies, and these 10 films provided unique implementations that surpassed their 2D counterparts.

In Bruges: Exploring Chivalry

By | Dec 1, 2014 | 24 comments

How does Martin McDonagh's In Bruges emphasize ideas of chivalry?

The Visualisation of Memory in David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive

By | Nov 30, 2014 | 25 comments

This article looks at the visual representation of memory in Mulholland Drive as David Lynch's critique of the film industry.