February 2, 2023

Wednesday (2022): The New Wednesday Addams

Wednesday Addams has come a long way from her origins in Charles Addams’s dark, yet humorous comics.
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December 3, 2022

Macabre Book Review: Living Death (2021) by David Musser

I love zombies—absolutely and completely—they are my favorite type of apocalyptic event. David Musser's Living Death is a love letter to zombie fans everywhere.
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April 13, 2021

Indie Horror: Scare Me (2020) & Make Cool Sh!t

Let's talk indie horror. I had a chance to talk to Josh Ruben (Scare Me) and Aaron Kheifets (Make Cool Sh!t) about their experiences with the filmmaking process and what it's like to be human in the entertainment industry.
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November 5, 2020

The Early 20th Century: The Age of Anxiety

It’s quite interesting to think that the first half of the twentieth century dealt with, at length, the same issues that persist today, even if they are presently not as violently represented. If we’re to be honest, the Age of Anxiety has not even begun…
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October 29, 2020

Romantic Perspectives and Preferences

There is something to be said about the swiftness in which trends affect the culture of everything—political unrest, as we saw in the last art analyzation brought artists together in a common theme. The stylized commentary made upon the state of the world around us…
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October 18, 2020

Revolution—Where Art and Political Unrest Intersect

Marie-Antoinette de Lorraine-Habsbourg, eine de France et ses enfants (1787) Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun was born in Paris in 1755; before her father died when she was only twelve years of age, Le Brun received artistic training from him…
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September 16, 2020

Analyzing the Visual Elements of Art

This week we're going to explore the visual aspects of artwork in its many elements, whether that be line, shape, tone, color, pattern, texture, or form. I was tasked with finding artwork that resonated with me, presenting my opinion of the pieces, and analyzing the…
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September 15, 2020

The Witch Who’s Black as Pitch

The Witch Who's Black as Pitch—Oh foulest witch, you inspire so much spite.
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September 9, 2020

Drawn From Dreaming

This was another assignment written for my creative writing class this semester. It was written while focusing on sound devices in poetry.
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September 5, 2020

After the Rain…

Taking a creative writing course this semester, this week one of our prompts was to write a poem based on two contrasting paint colors—I immediately knew which colors I wanted to use, so here is After the Rain...
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