Tag Archives: Travis Ryan

Field of Dreams (1989)

“We just don’t recognize life’s most significant moments while they’re happening. Back then I thought, ‘Well, there’ll be other days.’ I didn’t realize that that was the only day.” Movies like Field of Dreams are manipulative. But to butcher Steve Erickson’s Zeroville, all movies … Continue reading

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Wanda (1970)

“I don’t have anything. I never did have anything. Never will have anything.” Wanda is beautiful. It’s the strange, reflective film that seems lost in cinema’s history. It feels like a classic: the way it’s shot, the mood it creates, its … Continue reading

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Raw (2016)

“Then we had our first kiss. And I understood…” Pleasures of the flesh take on parallel meanings in Julia Ducournau’s Raw. Collegiate sexual awakenings are nothing new for indie cinema, but Ducournau translates this misguided time into a horror masterpiece that champions the … Continue reading

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Belated Liebster Awards

Well, I was nominated for this Liebster Award thing by quite a few wonderful people over a month ago. I never got a chance to respond, being away from my computer while abroad. I’m pretty sure I’m extremely late to the party, … Continue reading

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