Crimson staff writer

Ella A. Anthony

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Guts and Gore… A Cinematic Snore

Bloody violence or gore serves an important role in some horror movies as long as it has direction, but when gore lacks direction, its inclusion can make a movie feel lazy and reliant on shock factor.

“Galatea” Review: Female Pain, Male Pleasure

Madeline Miller’s “Galatea” is a 21st century “response” to Ovid’s interpretation of the myth of Pygmalion and Galatea, told from the perspective of the previously nameless sculpture turned human, Galatea herself.