Stalker
Review / Throwback Review

Stalker

by Jake Triola Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1979 Soviet classic, loosely based on the novel Roadside Picnic by the Strugatsky brothers, evokes, in a manner you could only find in a Tarkovsky film, a swirling wonderland of post-apocalyptic psychological mayhem. It follows three men on a journey through “The Zone” to find “The Room,” a place where … Continue reading

Dunkirk
Contemporary Review / Review

Dunkirk

by Justin Madore Dunkirk is the latest by the infinitely popular and famed auteur Christopher Nolan and, for many reasons, it clearly sticks out from the rest of his filmography. While just as ambitious as his previous projects, its tight runtime, de-emphasis on characters, and nonfiction subject matter are all new territory for the director. … Continue reading

Okja
Contemporary Review / Review

Okja

by Elizabeth Esten & Haley Goetz Back in 1997, Netflix was merely a DVD distribution company that allowed people from across the United States to watch any movie they want in their homes without having to drive to Blockbuster Video. Twenty years later, Netflix has become a media powerhouse. Revolutionizing modern American television as early … Continue reading