I’ve been watching a lot of Poverty Row movies lately, and a lot of b-movies from the ‘50s and early ‘60s. John H. Auer, Edward D. Wood, Jr., Edgar G. Ulmer, directors of that nature.
The ostensible climax of Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (and, by extension, of the entire Twilight franchise) is arguably the most common for Hollywood blockbuster filmmaking today: a large-scale battle on a big field between two groups roughly approximating “good” and “evil.” Despite this, it is also one of the most utterly strange, singularContinue reading “Will and Negation: Notes on the Ending of Twilight: Breaking Dawn”
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