The colliding lives of badger baiters and lamb birthers derive beautifully stark tension. Nathaniel Popkin reviews.
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Exploring the long lineage of the aestheticizing of feminized suffering, via Ginger Ko’s Motherlover. Grace Shuyi Liew reviews.
Jake Valento reviews What We Do In The Shadows, taking stock of the can-it-be-revived mockumentary format.
Jeff Jackson takes a deep dive into Soviet-era photographs from Sagl, Robbe-Grillet’s films, and a graphic novel by Schrauwen in this first installment.
What can the Fast and Furious movies teach us about death? Eric Nelson reviews.
Ex Machina bends the tech-thriller genre into bizarre love triangles and A.I. Sabra Embury reviews.
An exhausted look at the way a record is reviewed nearly the same way every time, over and over, with almost nothing to actually say.
“Alexander’s poems oscillate between emotional realism and surrealistic image.” Lucy Tiven reviews.
Mort(e) extends the lineage of political allegory with charming, apocalyptic flair. Sabra Embury reviews.