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Marvel movies are not cinema, they’re business

Last month, acclaimed film director Martin Scorsese likened the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to the movie equivalent of a theme park and immediately afterward,...

Campus Spotlight: Spotlight on Hope Film Camp shines a light on...

Cassie Nguyen began her masters program at the School of Public Policy at UCR in 2015, and with her she brought her passion for...

A Cursory Introduction to A24 Films

Anyone who claims that the film industry is in a state of creative bankruptcy pays too much mind to the franchises dominating the pop...

Halloween watchlist: Great horror films with female leads

The horror film has long been a powerful medium of social commentary and criticism, but it also is burdened by a history of exploiting...

Reading Film 101: Where “Antichrist” succeeds and “mother!” fails

This article uses two films as catalysts to discuss allegorical storytelling in film. Thusly, spoilers for Darren Aronofsky’s “mother!” and, to a lesser extent,...

On the Radar: Summer 2017

Summer’s here, and with it comes a whole lotta good stuff. From video games to music to film, The Highlander looks at what’s on...

Club Spotlight: Aerospace Systems

Convening in a medium-sized study room on the first floor of Orbach library on Friday (their regular meeting day), May 12, a passionate group...

A Word of Advice From … Professor Michelle Bloom

Since 1997, UC Riverside Professor of Comparative Literature and French Michelle Bloom, Ph. D, has selflessly lent her lifelong experience travelling the world, particularly...

Silence is a stunning and subtle examination of faith

You know him, I know him. Martin Scorsese needs no introduction. “Silence” is the product of a 25 year-long production period — a passion...

In Retrospect: In Memoriam of John Berger

Public intellectuals are a thing of the past and in some sense reached their heyday in the ‘60s. The days when intellectuals such as...
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