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“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.
How would Magic Johnson’s announcement of his HIV diagnosis have played out in today’s society given the influence of social media? How has the way we covered and reported athletes changed?
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?
It’s 542, and the eastern half of the Roman Empire is about to collapse.
The train stopped in the Southern part of India’s capital, Saket. I arrived after coming from a long day of adventures, meeting and exploring all of New Delhi. As I walked outside the train station, I found myself on the opposite side of the busiest street I had ever known. The chaos of India never seemed to bother me. In fact, I liked it, but right now, I was feeling a little concerned. Reluctant to cross traffic, I scanned all around me for the safest option to get across the street. I had already concluded that my best bet was to walk with a large crowd — traffic would have to stop for all of us. So, I scanned for eager eyes looking to get across the street too. India does not have any traffic laws, so I was not excited to be walking so vulnerably into so much traffic. However, I soon spotted an overpass down the street and started my way towards the bridge of hope. New Delhi is filled with many people. …
Analyzing the impact of Saturday Night Live (SNL) skits portraying the Monica Lewinsky scandal in the late 1990s from a 2021 perspective.