Crimson staff writer
The serene but emotional way with which Weber delivers his ruminations on familiar topics allows for open connection between him and his listeners.
From Boston Underground Film Festival: ‘Vortex’ Is A Candid Glimpse Into Mortality, Aging, and Illness
A brutal exploration of malady and mourning, “Vortex” artfully grapples with a despair that most choose to push to the edges of their minds.
From the Boston Underground Film Festival: 'Lux Aeterna' Is a Chaotic Plunge Into the Horrors of Film-Making
An astounding presentation of a film set, Noé ventures into the visual and auditory extremes to convey his perspective on film-making.
Viewing reading as a form of self-care as opposed to just another thing to check off a list can make it feel more enjoyable and less like a hassle.
From the Boston Underground Film Festival: ‘Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jr.’ Tells the Story of an ’80s Grunge Band With Music at Its Core
The film’s focused plot, supplemented with interviews and home-movie style videos of the band’s concerts, lets the story unfold in an engaging way for rock fans and outsiders alike.
From Boston Underground Film Festival: ‘Honeycomb’ Is a Sunny Exploration Into the Darkness of Freedom
Avalon Fast’s “Honeycomb” successfully depicts the dark nature of friendship dynamics with an engaging plot, robust cinematography, and powerful score, despite a lack of poignant dialogue.
A thriller with short chapters narrated by characters full of secrets, “The Paris Apartment” is quick to draw in the reader and will leave them hooked with anticipation.
Overall, “The Candy House” is a sensational novel that depicts the human struggle to find your place in a technologically evolving world. With intricately written prose and nuanced characters, “The Candy House” is an exhilarating and enjoyable read.