Eman Rahman

<i>Avengers: Infinity War</i> Culminates into the Pinnacle of the Comic Book Movie Experience

Avengers: Infinity War Culminates into the Pinnacle of the Comic Book Movie Experience

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06/14/2018

It’s tough to write about Avengers: Infinity War, which marks an unprecedented moment in cinematic history: the culmination of a decade’s worth of world-building, character development, pop culture dominance, and fan involvement, in which seventeen films converge into one major motion picture event. It’s the kind of event made whole by the collection of personal…

Concert Preview: The Decemberists, April 21, The Anthem

Concert Preview: The Decemberists, April 21, The Anthem

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04/19/2018

Despite earning a dedicated fan base through their critically acclaimed albums Picaresque (2005) and The Crane Wife (2006), The Decemberists seemed to have fallen off the scene in the past few years. Their new album I’ll Be Your Girl, however, seeks to change up their style and tone, while maintaining their uniquely powerful lyricism and…

<i>The Reel Pulpit</i>: Science Fiction and <i>Annihilation</i>

The Reel Pulpit: Science Fiction and Annihilation

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03/23/2018

In this episode of The Reel Pulpit, Graham Piro and Eman Rahman are joined by Sam Charaf to discuss Annihilation, a science fiction movie of an old variety. The film is directed by Alex Garland, and is loosely based on a novel of the same name by James VanderMeer. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Reel-Pulpit-Sci-Fi-Annihilation-32318-4.48-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes…

<i>Annihilation</i> Redefines Modern Cerebral Sci-Fi

Annihilation Redefines Modern Cerebral Sci-Fi

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03/06/2018

As he proved most recently in Ex Machina, writer/director Alex Garland knows how to ratchet up tension subtly over time, until pieces either come together or scramble into chaos. With Annihilation, Garland proves this to be true once again, building on the intrigue of the famous sci-fi novel from which his most recent film is…

The <i>Voice</i> Predicts the 2018 Oscars

The Voice Predicts the 2018 Oscars

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03/02/2018

Best Picture by Dajour Evans Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has had a successful awards season so far. From snagging the Golden Globe for Best Drama to receiving Best Film at the BAFTAs, this film is an unstoppable force. And it’s not difficult to see why: The movie boasts stunning performances, complicated characters, and a fearless script….

How We Ought to Watch Movies

How We Ought to Watch Movies

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03/02/2018

Sometimes I talk to my friends or colleagues about a popular or recently released movie, and I get responses like, “It was great because it had this actor and that actress,” or “I love how it had so many themes.” These are the kinds of responses that really irk me, though, because they’re so empty….

<i>Westworld</i> : The Pain of Conciousness

Westworld : The Pain of Conciousness

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02/21/2018

I always say that science fiction isn’t really about the special effects or giant battles between forces of good and evil; it’s more about using speculative scenarios as a lens to examine the human condition. That’s why it’s the superior genre. Nowhere else can we examine ourselves through such creatively understandable means. That’s why I…

<i>The Reel Pulpit</i>: Oscars Predictions and Picks

The Reel Pulpit: Oscars Predictions and Picks

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02/04/2018

In this episode of The Reel Pulpit, Graham Piro, Dajour Evans, and Eman Rahman convene once again, discussing the Academy Awards. They dive into their choices and predictions for the hotly contested Oscars, and then discuss a favorite category of theirs. Credits to bensound.com for the theme music. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Reel-Pulpit-Oscar-show-2418-1.22-PM.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes |…

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