Crimson staff writer
Taylor S. Johnson
But preeminently, the reason why “American Horror Stories” does not achieve its main goal of being horrific is because the moments where the show attempts to be scary are the most offensive and triggering — and sensitive subjects should not be the crutch of horror media.
The green-tinted color palette, the contrast between the aesthetics of muted office spaces and the outer space, and the intricately built sets, props, and costumes are eye-catching and mimic the feel of the first season. Unfortunately, the same continuity cannot be said of the plot, or the show’s overall coherence.
Though touting an eye-catching color palette, creative shots, and very effectively created suspense, “The Other Black Girl” is suffocatingly stereotypical.
Much like the events from the festival ignited curiosity and wonder in viewers, the ARTS FIRST Festival sparked a sense of unity across the Harvard community.
As an artist, Kristian Hardy aims to showcase a wide variety of Black women's stories, which includes embracing uncomfortable and difficult topics.
The film “Chevalier” turns the volume back up and gives Bologne a space to shine. However, the film lacks the depth that nuances his story.