Contributing Writer Caden Stockwell ’25 reviews David Lynch’s 1990 film “Wild At Heart,” comparing it to “The Wizard of Oz” and contrasting it with Lynch’s other work.
Sofia Coppola’s newest film, “Priscilla,” showcases the filmmaker’s strengths while falling flat in the second half. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews the film, which, at times, plays into tired biopic tropes.
Martin Scorsese’s latest film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” premiered last week. Caden Stockwell ’25 explores its dark themes and slow pace.
Assistant Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 describes “The Royal Hotel” as a cautionary tale for female travelers and a horror story about unreliable friends in this week’s installment of Film Society x The Student.
“Phases of a Daydream,” a feature-length film by Piper Mohring ’25 and Caden Stockwell ’25, premiered in Keefe Theater this weekend. Mila Massaki Gomes ’27 and Managing Arts & Living Editor Cassidy Duncan ’25 reflect on how the film’s strange world conveys the experience of loss.
Contributing Writer Caden Stockwell ’25 reviews cult-classic horror film “House,” which played recently at Amherst Cinema. He praises its juxtaposition of childlike wonder and atomic terror.
Managing Arts and Living Editor Sarah Weiner ’24 and Assistant Arts and Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 offer their opposing takes on the crass humor and familiar tropes of queer teen release “Bottoms.”