Fashion in Film: Sneakers
Sophia Satchel Baeza
Back in 1991, Public Enemy’s Chuck D made his sneaker statement pretty clear in Shut ‘Em Down: “I like Nike but wait a minute/ The neighbourhood supports so put some money in it.” A decade or so later, The Pack would seem to follow Chuck’s advice: “Man, we be sporting Vans and we throw away Nikes/ If you wanna get right, stop buying those Nikes.” Sneakers quickly became an emblem of subcultural identification
Top 10: Female Vamps
Veteran Irish director Neil Jordan returns this week with Byzantium, an odd and enjoyable fantasy-thriller which melds the sensual, female-focused imagery of his 1984 Angela Carter adaptation The Company of Wolves with the camp theatricality of his box-office success Interview with the Vampire a decade later.
5 Reasons Why The Vampire Genre Hasn’t Lost It’s Bite
You know what’s incredible? The Twilight franchise ended and we all survived. Now we can all go live in a glorious post-Twilight world where the sky always shines blue and people spend all day frolicking and making daisy chains. However, the celebration can only last so long before we’re faced with the tough questions: where do vampire movies go from here?