Tag Archive: feminism

Noirvember: ‘Greatest Femme Fatales’

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Now that we celebrate the month of Noirvember it is fitting that we celebrate one of the great hallmarks of the genre, the femme fatale. These women are far from the damsels in… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Wonder Woman’ (Second Opinion)

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  Plot:  Raised on the hidden island of Themyscira, Amazonian Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen) shields her daughter Princess Diana (Gal Gadot) from the dangers of war and destruction.  However, Diana’s indomitable spirit spears… Continue reading

The Angry Video Game Nerd, The New Ghostbusters, and Why I’ve Lost All Respect For Devin Faraci

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Comment sections are a cesspool. While occasionally they contain well thought out, cogent, and sometimes even profound insights, more often than not the comments section serves as a place for Internet trolls to… Continue reading

The Scene That Shook The Iron Throne: The Rape of Sansa Stark

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This is one of the more difficult and uncomfortable articles I’ve ever chosen to write about.  I struggled for several hours whether or not to even broach this topic because the subject of… Continue reading

‘Mad Max’ Has Given Us the Most Feminist Action Movie this Decade

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I saw Mad Max: Fury Road the other day and it was FREAKING AMAZING. Miller has reminded us that visuals and story should go hand in hand in the cinematic medium, not separated… Continue reading