- My The Dispatch review: thedispatch.com/p/the-northman-takes-history-spirituality?s=r
- My Letterboxd notes: boxd.it/2NNnvh
- My guest appearance on the AntiSocial Network podcast: youtu.be/vN8_OQFYnXU
- My piece for The Dispatch: thedispatch.com/p/the-northman-takes-history-spirituality?s=r
- My guest appearance on the AntiSocial Network podcast:
- I hesitate to call my piece a "review" b/c it is more of an essay about the film and less of a review of the film, since I don’t discuss negatives really and try to stick to my thesis.
- I have several additional thoughts on the movie that I was not able to include in this article or discuss in…
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