Idone Rhodes
Idone Rhodes is a junior in Pierson majoring in English and Film and Media Studies. She will be writing a regular film column for WKND. Rhodes was formerly a managing editor of the Yale Daily News Magazine.
Goodbye, Euphoria?

Spoilers ahead! The return of the hit television series “Euphoria” has been delayed yet again. In late March, HBO announced that shooting for season three […]

Review: Laura Palmer’s Close-Up in “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me”

Spoilers ahead… if you aren’t familiar with a TV series that came out in the 1990s… Last Sunday, I drove home to Boston to see […]

Unsatiated: A Review of ‘The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’

Warning: spoilers ahead! Lionsgate knew what they were doing when they released “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” on Nov. 17, just […]

A24’s magic merch machine

Last weekend, I received an email from A24 alerting me to the new merch they had just released for “Priscilla”, Sofia Coppola’s take on Priscilla Presley’s relationship with Elvis. About 10 minutes later, I purchased the Priscilla Rhinestoned Babytee, a tiny t-shirt with “Priscilla” written on the front in rhinestones and the film’s credits in a dainty floral graphic on the back. 

A horror hater’s traumatized review of ‘Saw X’

Warning: spoilers ahead! A few weeks ago, I made my final journey to the now-closed Bow Tie Cinema in hopes of seeing a horror movie. […]

The fallen films of autumn

At the first hint of briskness in the air, my mind goes to one place: the movie theater. In a state like Connecticut where autumn […]

Lizzie Conklin
My very own Taos Talking Picture Festival

On the second floor of the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos, New Mexico, I first saw “Taos Drive-In Theater,” a watercolor print by Ken […]

Sophie Henry
A Hunter’s Eulogy for Coyote

He invited us/the hunting dog and me/into the parlor. The old dog/streaked with grey like Coyote/cracked stale tea cookie/against his molars/Crumbs littered a fray-edged rug while/Coyote brewed peppermint tea.

FEATURE: New Haven on the Mend

CULTURE: As Seen on TV – The Reality of Teen Drama Television

In the summer after seventh grade, I watched all 91 hours of “Gossip Girl” in just three weeks. My 13-year-old self ate up the overblown, […]

Back to December…

New England winters are nothing new to me. For the last 20 years  — or at least the 13 or so I can remember — […]