Archive for September, 2013

Kinsey Pushes Science and Sex



I recently saw an episode of the late 1950s show Naked City, where the protagonist is invited to witness the execution—by electric chair—of a man he helped imprison. Apart from the startling idea of being invited to witness someone’s death, the mere notion of showing such an episode on television during such a conservative time dumbfounded me. Granted, we only see the reactions of the spectators and not the writhing chaos of the execution. Yet, I still found it amazing something so morbid would be allowed on television, but anything that would even hint at sexuality—particularly female sexuality—faced the wrath of the masses. Continue reading

Site Update

As you may have noticed, I was gone for a month and a half. I’m back but not in full. I’ll try to post as often as possible but it’s not likely—impossible—for me to watch a movie on a daily basis nowadays. The Django one I just posted was written months ago and I thought I’d just toss it up here. It looks a little different from my other posts and this will likely be a normal occurrence since I am trying out new aesthetics for the posts. Let me know if you have any thoughts or suggestions.

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Django Unchained

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Two recent articles detailed the possibilities of a single universe for all of the Pixar films and all of the Tarantino films. While they are interesting and plausible—in varying degrees—a world with Jamie Foxx’s Django would be incredibly different.

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