phantom celluloid

This is a tumblr masquerading as a companion to my blog.
frogiswrong:

mansplained:

She’ll be stunned, all right!

…omg

thank goodness 1 percent of men already know this

frogiswrong:

mansplained:

She’ll be stunned, all right!

…omg

thank goodness 1 percent of men already know this

In Gravity, Alfonso Cuarón emphasizes the vastness of space by departing from the rules that usually govern film language on the ground. This movement away from typical cinema rules parallels the freedom that digital imaging can impart on the filmmaking process, provided one has the resources to make it look as good as it does here.
Read the rest of my review of Gravity on my blog Selective Viewing

In Gravity, Alfonso Cuarón emphasizes the vastness of space by departing from the rules that usually govern film language on the ground. This movement away from typical cinema rules parallels the freedom that digital imaging can impart on the filmmaking process, provided one has the resources to make it look as good as it does here.

Read the rest of my review of Gravity on my blog Selective Viewing

There is an odd feminist strain running through horror movies about the devil. These films aren’t just about the Beast encroaching on the (usually female) body, but often examine human systems as well. The evil forces oppressing the central woman’s physiognomy are paralleled with the traditionally patriarchal structures of western medicinal practices and religion. 
Read the rest at my blog, Selective Viewing 

There is an odd feminist strain running through horror movies about the devil. These films aren’t just about the Beast encroaching on the (usually female) body, but often examine human systems as well. The evil forces oppressing the central woman’s physiognomy are paralleled with the traditionally patriarchal structures of western medicinal practices and religion. 

Read the rest at my blog, Selective Viewing