Pedro Almodóvar’s Quintessentially Pansexual Oeuvre | 17 Nov 2009 // 3:00 PM
Almodóvar’s insistence on pushing boundaries and transcending confining definitions of acceptability, gender, sexuality, and narrative structure place his body of work amidst (among others) a queer cinematic canon that acknowledges and appreciates his placement of queer bodies and characters in essential strands of the narrative structure.
Michael Jackson: A Thriller in His Own Right | 22 Sep 2009 // 4:00 PM
The pulse of the world has skipped a beat. The world is in a state of shock -- you, the indomitable Michael Jackson, is dead.
MTV's New Post-modern Voyeurism | 5 Jul 2006 // 4:00 PM
Known for its televisual lows over the years, MTV seems to have struck a nerve with its latest scandalous offerings: a showcase for insufferable materialism, and a competition where racist slurs are rewarded as a winning strategy.
I Know How You Feel, I Really Do! | 9 May 2006 // 4:00 PM
Call it 'trading races' or 'playing princess and the pauper', it is the latest trend in the world of reality television. But oppression swapping has a disingenuous side; one that makes this format more problematic than empowering.
Sister Roses Passion (2006) | 20 Sep 2006 // 6:00 PM
Sister Rose is living proof of the adage that one person can make a difference.
The Sisters (2005) | 6 Aug 2006 // 6:00 PM
Hope, delayed. A painful, poignant adaptation of everyday life.