Eythen Anthony

Eythen Anthony (23C) is from Cross Lanes, West Virginia, double majoring in psychology and creative writing. Some of his hobbies include reading, listening to comedy podcasts and watching movies. He's particularly a fan of horror, but watches all genres and enjoys receiving recommendations. Contact Anthony at [email protected]

Native American Horror: Exploring the People Over the Legends

This article contains spoilers. In the wake of Thanksgiving, let us remember this month commemorates Native American heritage. In 1990, National Native American Heritage Month began to celebrate the complex history of Native Americans — filled with traumatic memories of departure and destruction at the hands of white colonizers, but deep-rooted resilience. Few films are [...]

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‘The Climb’ Reaches Peak of Buddy Comedy Genre

The buddy film is nothing new in comedy. From Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) in 1997’s “Men in Black” to Tom (James Marsden) and Sonic (Ben Schwartz) in 2020’s “Sonic the Hedgehog,” the buddy comedy genre has long been used to explore the foundations of friendship. The characters’ initial meeting [...]

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It Would Be a Fib To Call ‘The Lie’ a Movie Worth Your Time

Content Warning: This article contains mentions of self-harm. This article contains spoilers. Familial issues are a recurring motif in the horror genre, spanning back as far as 1956’s “The Bad Seed” and ranging in scope from pregnancy and childbirth in “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968) to domestic abuse in “The Shining” (1980). However, there tends to be [...]

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‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ Won’t Break Your Heart

Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at Arizona State University Katherine Morrissey argues that we are experiencing a rebirth in the romantic comedy genre resulting from the subversion of white, heteronormative stories. She cites 2018’s “Crazy Rich Asians” and “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” as primary examples, but the list can go [...]

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Carlos Museum Explores Southeast Native American Art

While COVID-19 has negatively impacted the art community, art institutions nationwide have been preparing for their reopening. New exhibits and precautions highlight this revival, and the Carlos Museum is no exception. Amid these exhibitions is an updated presentation of Native American art, highlighting the Southeast tribes of North America. Upon entering the exhibit, you will [...]

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