An essay which questions just how closely the readers and viewers of “The Hunger Games” sit with the Capitol, and a reminder that we must stop ourselves growing any closer.
The approaching election provokes some thoughts on THG politics.
A short meditation on the emphasis of Fashion in THG.
A brief essay on order and control in society, with relation to THG.
Hollywood won’t slow down for our series. The visual demands of Mockingjay, and who can meet them.
Another article on Francis Lawrence directing ‘Catching Fire’.
Full review of The Hunger Games film, by Anthony Fertino. Be sure to have lots of free time.
My analysis of Romance in relation to THG due to general audiences’ feedback.
Because they’re just trying to stoke competition, now.
Taylor Swift, James Howard, and the significance of glossy filmmaking.
Considering the sequel’s place in the series, book and film.
On the significance of violence in the series.
Considering the crew, rather than the cast.
The teaser trailer, and the Hunger Games film’s achilles heel.
On Danny Elfman possibly composing the upcoming ‘Hunger Games’ film.
Katniss’d and Famished: Beefing Up Romance in The Hunger Games Movie Leaves Us Starved
Trying to scale the romance in order to make bucks is a bad idea for the franchise.
The Twilight Connection: Decayed By Love
Mrs. Everdeen shares traits with the most famous human of Forks.
The Face of Hunger Games: Jennifer Lawrence
A journey from Katniss Everdeen to her representation in Jennifer Lawrence.
President Snow Was After All Only Human
A look at President Snow and his reign in Panem – much preferable than Coin’s.
Mockingjay: An Analysis
An immediate write-up on why Mockingjay’s ending was perfect – and true.