With a spooky season in full swing, horror columnist Anna Peterson SC ‘25 takes a look back at “Jennifer’s Body” and its evolving reputation from a critical flop to cult classic.
Babylon’s marketing was the reason behind its box office failure, according to film columnist Peter Dien CM ’25.
Jordan Peele’s “Nope” presents some interesting questions, but it ultimately leaves too much unanswered, argues TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.
“Summer of Soul” is a beautifully edited, contextualized time capsule of late-60s Black America in Harlem, pop culture columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24 writes.
“Don’t Look Up” is a clunky attempt at critiquing climate change, writes film columnist Gerrit Punt PO ’24, and you’re not automatically a climate denier for not liking it.
For a psychological thriller, “Nightmare Alley” doesn’t leave a lingering impression or haunt the mind — never mind give nightmares, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 argues.
Though its exploration of gentrification can be shallow, “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is a heartfealt meditation on the meaning of a home, argues film columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24.
Searching for a horror movie? Take “Lamb” (2021) off your list. Due to its absurd plot and visuals, “Lamb” lands closer to comedy than horror, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 claims.
With an epic soundtrack, breathtaking visuals, and top-tier acting, “Dune” goes down in history as a successful book-to-film adaptation, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 asserts.
If you’ve been thinking about watching Netflix’s “Rebecca” (2020) — don’t, warns TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.