2019 Updates

2019 in Review: July

This month: lobotomies, the new Tarantino, a comic-con crime story, future architecture, and more.

A Horror Flick Parodies Instagram and the Idea of “Finding Yourself” Abroad

Imagining the Architecture of Our Futures

Web Documentaries on Diplomatic Translators, Princess Makeup, and More

A Comics Convention Sets the Stage for a Layered Crime Story

The Mountain Revisits the Dark History of Lobotomies in 1950s America

The Dark Nostalgia of Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood

By Dan Schindel

Born and raised in Maryland and currently based in New York, Dan Schindel is an associate editor at Hyperallergic, freelance culture writer, and available for any copy-editing/proofreading needs you may have. This website was originally a blog called Days of Docs, and chronicled his attempt to watch and review a documentary every single day for a whole year. He was mostly successful at this, and now he knows everything. He puts this knowledge to use by writing about movies, TV, games, books, comics, art, and more.