Real Monsters and Real Disgust: Comparing Reception of Freaks and Frankenstein

INTRODUCTION              Scholarship surrounding Tod Browning’s Freaks (1932) mostly includes discussion about public perception of disability. This discussion is certainly… Read more Real Monsters and Real Disgust: Comparing Reception of Freaks and Frankenstein

Nicole Diroff is a double-major in Cinema Studies and Philosophy, with a minor in Creative Writing. She’s also the editor-in-chief of this edition of Screen Culture, and hopes one day to become a full-fledged professor.

Transnational Satire: Communism v. Capitalism

Introduction and Historical Background Despite the United States’ desire to keep communism contained, it could be found everywhere in the… Read more Transnational Satire: Communism v. Capitalism

Nicole Diroff is a double-major in Cinema Studies and Philosophy, with a minor in Creative Writing. She’s also the editor-in-chief of this edition of Screen Culture, and hopes one day to become a full-fledged professor.