Travel Guide to the Netflix Original Series ‘The Chalet’

In search of a good television I came across the Netflix Original Series The Chalet. A horror mystery spanning 6 hour long episodes about a group of friends traveling back to a remote Chalet in the mountains and uncovering that there might be something dark at play seemed intriguing enough or a possible dumpster fire … Continue reading Travel Guide to the Netflix Original Series ‘The Chalet’

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Who is the True Feminine Figure in Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’?

The Shattered Doll Preface: This is a short academic and critical analysis done on the the representation of Feminism found in Ibsen's A Doll's House. More specifically it was prompted to compare and contrast the portrayals of the two main female characters in accordance to my own definition of feminism. I decided that it would … Continue reading Who is the True Feminine Figure in Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’?

Character Analysis: Comparing the Cops from Best Picture Winner Crash

Los Angeles, a city under the stars washed out by a raging fire upon the surface. For decades, the city has become a breeding ground for discussion on the ways in which race impacts our interactions with one another. Like moths towards a flame those looking for ways to explain or comprehend these racially perturbing … Continue reading Character Analysis: Comparing the Cops from Best Picture Winner Crash

Dark Night: Bold and Brash? More Like Belongs in the Trash.

In search for my next film review I entered the recently added section of Netflix and decided upon watching Dark Night. Don’t confuse it with Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight because that is actually an enjoyable and well produced film unlike this. The interesting thing about this film is that it happens to fail in every aspect conceivable … Continue reading Dark Night: Bold and Brash? More Like Belongs in the Trash.