Articles by Alison Mader


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“The Power” Book Review

Naomi Alderman’s newest dystopian novel, “The Power,” has paved a new path for feminist literature and excited political theorists since its public release. Published in October of 2016, “The Power” explores the concept of a world in which women develop the ability to produce electricity through their palms due to a chemical released in water…

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“Sharp Objects” Review

HBO’s newest and most captivating miniseries, Sharp Objects, came to a shocking conclusion last week. It left viewers wide-mouthed and, if they’re anything like my roommate, screaming. Sharp Objects is based on the book written by Gillian Flynn, author of renowned novel, Gone Girl. Flynn is known for her twisted, yet engrossing characters and dark…

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“A Quiet Place” Review

Horror movie history was made the weekend of April 6th as millions of people flocked to theaters to watch John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place, a post-apocalyptic thriller set in the near-future.  It is currently on track to become the biggest domestic grossing film of the month and the second biggest of the year, next to…

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A Reflection on Black Mirror

For three seasons, the Netflix series “Black Mirror” has left viewers wide-eyed, shocked and, frankly, a bit disturbed since its release in 2011.  Often referred to as the “Twilight Zone” of this generation, the sci-fi series aims to warn its audience of the world’s ever-growing dependence on technology – the title, “Black Mirror,” refers to…

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