Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook doesn’t have a triumvirate of people linked ass-to-mouth or nocturnal specters creeping into suburban homes. Instead, its scares are stylish and sincere.
Sam Fragoso lives in San Francisco and is the founder of Movie Mezzanine. His work has appeared in Interview Magazine, The Dissolve, RogerEbert.com, Vulture, and The Week.
‘The Great Invisible’ is something of a marvel—a balanced, unabridged document of life before and after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig accident.
A new play featuring the third U.S. president, and the authors of “War and Peace” and “Tale of Two Cities” ruminates on what makes us human—our aspirations or our actions?