Don DeLillo's White Noise is a study in satire and humanity’s (particularly America’s) collective response to disaster and death, it’s just as relevant now as it was nearly forty years ago.
Sydney Bollinger is a writer and editor based in Charleston, S.C. In 2020, she graduated from the University of Montana with a Master's of Science in Environmental Studies. Currently, she is the Words Lead for Peregrine Coast Press, Design Editor of The Changing Times, and creator/editor of Thursday Matinee. Additionally, she often writes for outlets including Charleston City Paper, Wide Open Eats, Film Cred, and other places.
Some things just stick to us, I’m told, and The Virgin Suicides, a story of suicide and suburbia, has been part of my soul since I first indulged myself in it.
Days of Daisy is a romantic comedy focused on Daisy, an aimless near 40-year-old who tries to find her place in adulthood.
2022 is halfway through, so it's time to take a look at some of our favorites from the year so far.
Sydney takes a look at the new “Drew-niverse” shows Nancy Drew and Tom Swift on the CW — and how they are putting unapologetically queer spins on beloved, classic characters.
Acid Test (2022), based on Jenny Waldo's short film of the same name, is a Riot Grrrl coming-of-age film that fails to live up to its edgy subject matter.
Immersive film Zanzibar: Trouble in Paradise brings audiences into the world of seaweed farmers Nasiri and Hindu, who are dealing with the devastating effects of the climate crisis.