Love letter for a cannibal

Work in Progress

I’m not a film critic by any means. A quick skim through my Daily Cal author page will quickly let you know that my area of expertise is mostly music and opinions. Yet there is something I know to be a deep truth of the universe: “The Silence of the Lambs” is the best film ever made.
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ASUC SUPERB’s fall 2016 film screening lineup

This semester, ASUC SUPERB’s film lineup is combining the new and old, coupling modern blockbusters with legendary classics. With Stanley Kubrick’s science-fiction masterpiece “2001: A Space Odyssey” and Seth Rogen’s laugh-a-minute “Superbad” already screened, the juxtapositions will continue over the following months to keep us entertained as the year advances.
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Ephraim Lee’s Picks of the Week

“Psycho” with the San Francisco Symphony In a season so saturated with sinister behavior and shamelessness, perhaps a touch of class is needed. On Wednesday, the San Francisco Symphony will be accompanying Alfred Hitchcock’s classic horror movie “Psycho.” Despite being an auteur, Hitchcock gave the soundtrack 33 percent of the
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Hitchcock on display at the Pacific Film Archive

Imagine the following scenario: A woman goes to take a shower in her room at an isolated roadside motel. Nothing wrong with that, except for the fact that something fishy always seems to happen at those kinds of establishments — especially if there’s a young, naked, single woman involved. Sure
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