31 Horror Movies More People Should See This October

There are plenty of horror movie lists out there that will tell you to watch The Shining, Friday the 13th, and Halloween. You should. They’re classics. You don’t need a list to tell you about the classics though. Here are 31 horror movies that you’re less likely to have heard about or seen. Watch oneContinue reading “31 Horror Movies More People Should See This October”

Update: April 2018

At one point this semester, I think I slept maybe? Here’s some of the big stuff that’s been happening in my life lately: At the end of March, I presented my paper “Selling Nostalgia: Transmedia Storytelling in Video Game-Inspired Films” in the games studies division of the Pop Culture Association’s (PCA) National Conference in Indianapolis.Continue reading “Update: April 2018”

Reading Beyond Class Requirements During Your Ph.D.

Reading takes up the majority of your time as a Ph.D. student. There is a seemingly endless amount to read for class, for research projects, and for building the general knowledge needed to succeed in the field. Throughout the first year of my Ph.D. program, I felt overwhelmed by the idea that I should beContinue reading “Reading Beyond Class Requirements During Your Ph.D.”