An essay that will make you re-think about the title of the film.
There are basically two distinct periods in the career of director David O. Russell: 'I Heart Huckabees' and everything before it, then everything after it.
The aesthetic and techniques of cinematographer Larry Fong.
In the world of film, intersubjectivity is a balancing act between what the filmmaker shows us and what we believe about it, or in short, his or her perception juxtaposed against our collective perception.
A video essay that focuses on Fury Road as a quasi-comic book/superhero film and how exactly it functions as one. From conceptual storyboard art to character decisions.
In this video essay, we explore how '12 Angry Men' shifts between high-angle and low-angle shots to express the characters' emotional states.
Presented by Alfonz Jumpdick.
A video dissects what makes the unique series so special.
'The Shining,' more than any other horror film, frightens me on a deep, psychological level. This video explores what exactly makes it so creepy.
Comparison between 'Narcos' [S02E02], 'The Godfather' & 'Breaking Bad' [S05E08], showing the protagonists killing time, as their hired kills are being concluded.
This essay largely looks at the subversion of the "monster" and how Brad Bird extends a hand between children and a "monster."