Amy Woolsey is a freelance writer living in northern Virginia, who holds a part-time job at a movie theater and aspires to hold a full-time job sometime in the foreseeable future. When not writing, she devours any film, TV, or literature in her vicinity. She has been published at The Week, Culturess, and Film School Rejects and keeps a personal blog called Writing Sandcastles.
Dunkirk tells its story through action: things happen, and the characters respond. It immerses—imprisons—you in your senses, restricting the world to your immediate surroundings and gut instincts. Read More
Super 8 understands that, at the end of the day, adults aren’t all that different from children; beneath the pretension and pragmatism, we want the same things: to be safe, to belong, to be loved. Read More