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Film Criticism is a peer-reviewed, online publication bringing together scholarship in

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Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2022

Feature Article


Forget the Red Pill: Queer Politics but also Transhumanist Ideology in The Matrix

Forget the Red Pill: Queer Politics but also Transhumanist Ideology in The Matrix

Niels Niessen

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“It’s All in the Reflexes”: John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China as a Hawksian Comedy

“It’s All in the Reflexes”: John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China as a Hawksian Comedy

Nikolas Matovinovic

2022-12-15 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2022

“From The Kallikaks to The Kallikaks: Hillbilly Elegy and the Legacy of Eugenics”

“From The Kallikaks to The Kallikaks: Hillbilly Elegy and the Legacy of Eugenics”

Richard Knox Robinson

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“Let’s Go Home!:” Representing Space and Time through Travel and Photographs in “Zainichi” Cinema

“Let’s Go Home!:” Representing Space and Time through Travel and Photographs in “Zainichi” Cinema

Jonathan Chan

2022-12-15 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2022

Book Review


Anne Jerslev, David Lynch: Blurred Boundaries

Anne Jerslev, David Lynch: Blurred Boundaries

Martha Nochimson

2022-12-15 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2022

Suzanne Ferriss, The Cinema of Sofia Coppola: Fashion, Culture, Celebrity

Suzanne Ferriss, The Cinema of Sofia Coppola: Fashion, Culture, Celebrity

Cassie Pontone

2022-12-15 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2022

John G. Hanhardt, The Films of Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 2: 1963–1965

John G. Hanhardt, The Films of Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 2: 1963–1965

Constantine Verevis

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Caetlin Benson-Allott, The Stuff of Spectatorship: Material Cultures of Film and Television

Caetlin Benson-Allott, The Stuff of Spectatorship: Material Cultures of Film and Television

M Sellers Johnson

2022-12-15 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2022