James Cullen

The 7 Best Halloween Films For People Who Don't Like Horror Movies

The 7 Best Halloween Films For People Who Don't Like Horror Movies

Sometimes Halloween is better without jump scares and murderous dolls, so James Cullen has presented a week's worth of festive gems for those who are looking to avoid the horror genre.[...]
How the TV Renaissance Has Helped Film Actors

How the TV Renaissance Has Helped Film Actors

What was once a death nail to any film actor's career now seems like a more enticing proposition as film actors embrace tv, giving the small screen a bigger draw and changing the industry.[...]
Short Film Review: Becoming Undead II (2013)

Short Film Review: Becoming Undead II (2013)

Ron Purtee's short film 'Becoming Undead II' has been reviewed by James Cullen.[...]
Here Lies Joe (2016) Short Film Review

Here Lies Joe (2016) Short Film Review

Mark Battle's 'Here Lies Joe' (2016), a short film about a man's struggle with depression, is "poignant and raw" according to James Cullen's review.[...]
The Simpsons Movie (2007) Flash Review

The Simpsons Movie (2007) Flash Review

Nearly 10 years removed from 'The Simpsons Movie' (2007), James Cullen looks back on the film with this flash review.[...]
The Evolution of Disney Dads

The Evolution of Disney Dads

What does the interaction a Disney Princess has with her father tell us about how times have changed between 1989 and 2016? James Cullen explores.[...]
Film as a Political Medium: Propaganda and 'The Triumph of the Will'

Film as a Political Medium: Propaganda and 'The Triumph of the Will'

Nazi propaganda film 'The Triumph of the Will' is analysed for its effectiveness as a documentary and comparisons are drawn to contemporary politics in James Cullen's informative film essay.[...]
Bodies of Power: Masculinity and Femininity in 'Rambo: First Blood Part II' and 'Aliens'

Bodies of Power: Masculinity and Femininity in 'Rambo: First Blood Part II' and 'Aliens'

Ripley from 'Aliens' and Rambo from 'Rambo: First Blood Part II' each represented different ideas of masculinity and femininity in 80s America, according to James Cullen's film essay.[...]