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On Black Mirror, Stephen Hawking and the Future Freaking Us Out

The sci-fi lite anthology series Black Mirror has come to be characterized primarily by its paranoiac treatment of the ever-impending near future, particularly focusing on the accelerating technologicalization of our everyday existence. Whether it be the insular hamster wheel of the office cubicle and the severely diminishing returns of “reality” based entertainment, or our tenacious […]

FILM REVIEW: Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar

Much like Christopher Nolan’s celebrated take on the Caped Crusader, Interstellar is a film steeped in ideology. His experience with the now-definitive filmic representations of Batman honed his ability to tap into a national, if not global, socio-political consciousness, around which he and his go-to screenwriters delight in crafting various above-average plot structures. Tweet