“Hereditary” was the revival the horror genre needed as it entered the early 21st century. This essay examines how symmetry, images of the occult, and the nature of modern American society contributed to the film’s success.
A young 1960s couple moves into their dream abode together, but noisy neighbors won’t be their only… complication. What made Rosemary’s Baby terrifying to audiences in the 1960’s?
One of a two-part series analyzing the divestment movement on Pitt’s campus; this essay will focus on the arguments in support of divestment.