The melancholia of resistance: Tarantino’s eight film

by Sanjay Perera
This is not a review but more a critique of the film’s attempt to make an important statement on America’s history of violence, race relations, corruption, the viciousness of capitalism and, indeed, evil. Continue reading The melancholia of resistance: Tarantino’s eight film

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Violence, ideology and the aims of society

by Patrick Wills
The common political reaction is to assert a dire necessity to instate prohibitive gun laws and the opposition to this view is a categorical rejection of infringing on the United States’ constitutional second amendment. Continue reading Violence, ideology and the aims of society