Author: Kaleb Stewart

Rough Sketch: Classic animations shouldn’t be remade into live-action films

There is a foolish notion among Hollywood executives that if it worked as a cartoon then it will work

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Rough Sketch: Women in animation as heroes over trophies

There is a strange habit among artists to idealize the female form in ways that satisfy a troubling lust

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Rough Sketch: Animation’s powerful techniques can attract more than cheap laughter

There are two films about the horrors of war that have left the greatest impact on me: Steven Spielberg’s

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“Red Scare on Sunset” is an entertaining yet unremarkable comedy

“Red Scare on Sunset” is a soft satirical take on 1950s Hollywood and the way propaganda of the period

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Review: Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’ season four triumphs in its characters’ humanizing tribulations

The fourth season of the Netflix’s critically acclaimed comedy, “BoJack Horseman,” is most captivating not in how the characters

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‘It’ Review: The best Stephen King horror adaptation since “The Shining”

“It” is a rare breed of Hollywood horror that leaves its audience in a perpetual state of unease, yet

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Asexual love is not aromantic

Before I met the love of my life, I never thought I would be ok living without sex. I

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CSUF graduate student, Joris Hoogsteder helps create music compositions for varied media

Hearing one of his musical compositions appear on a BuzzFeed video without his knowledge is one of the more

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