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Or check out the chronological list below:

On Melancholia, Lars von Trier.

On Nightcrawler, Dan Gilroy.

On The Living End, Gregg Araki, for BABIPUNK Blog.

On Scream, Wes Craven, for BABIPUNK Blog.

Moonrise Kingdom: An Origin Story, for BABIPUNK Magazine, Issue #4.

Kill Your Darlings: What's so Dark About Dark Academia?, for BABIPUNK Magazine, Issue #4.

On Rebel Without a Cause, Nicholas Ray, for BABIPUNK Blog.

On Hana-bi, Takeshi Kitano, for BABIPUNK Blog.

On Terminator 2: Judgment Day, James Cameron, for BABIPUNK Blog.

I'm Thinking of Ending Things: Kaufman's Break Up with Cinema, for BABIPUNK Magazine, Issue #5.

On Andrei Rublev, Andrei Tarkovsky, for Wesleyan's Intercut, Issue 8. 

On Red Sorghum, Zhang Yimou, for BABIPUNK Blog. 

On the "Death Trilogy," Gus Van Sant, for BABIPUNK Blog. 

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: What the Audience Really Wants, for BABIPUNK Magazine, Issue #6. Also available on the BABIPUNK Blog.

The Rise of International Film and the Current International Style, for BABIPUNK Magazine, Issue #6. Also available on the BABIPUNK Blog. 

Trust: Under the Light of the TV Screen, for BABIPUNK Magazine, Issue #6. Also available on the BABIPUNK Blog.

Gallons of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through the Strip: The Startling Ingenuity Behind Gus Van Sant's Last Days, for Wesleyan's Intercut, Issue 9. 

The Many-Sided Blade of Sexuality: Amer (2009), for BABIPUNK Blog. 

Vincent Gallo and the Strange Unrealities of Buffalo 66: Crises of Gender, for The Smart Set.

Straightening the Queer and Queering the Straight: Exploitation in Giallo and the LGBTQ Community, for Wesleyan's Intercut, Issue 10.

A Rare Thing in His Age: How Wes Anderson's "Most Wes Anderson Film" Uncovers Something New, for The Smart Set.

He's Thinking of Ending Things: Charlie Kaufman's Breakup Letter to an Entire Age, for Bright Lights.

Dark City: The Communal Within the Lonely In Gregg Araki's Nowhere, for Beneficial Shock! magazine, Together/Apart issue. Available in print only.

In Defense of Riverdale: A Love Letter to America's Postmodern Schlock, for The Smart Set Magazine.

In The Infinite Pool: The Cinematic Spectatorship of Sleep Has Her House, for Film Matters 13.3.

If you are interested in works that are not available online, feel free to email me.

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