LaRae Meadows is bent on investigating important topics, contorting herself to discover new views, and sharing her discoveries. Her dangerous lack of self-preservation makes writing on controversial topics fun for her. She has a background in legislative and policy advocacy for foster children in California and owns a small business.
April 16, 2010
Children’s movies, especially those meant for small children, tell more about a society and their values than any other film genre. The emotional reaction of...
March 23, 2010
In a world where corporations own people (or parts of them), falling behind on payments is a matter of life and death. Repo Men is like a NASCAR...
February 19, 2010
It takes only one fateful bite to turn from ordinary theater actor into The Wolfman...
February 4, 2010
In Legion, God is pissed, and it is all our fault. Incomprehensible theology, a bumbling bunch of characters, and a taffy-stretched plot...
January 22, 2010
Keynes sat down on an extremely rainy Monday in San Francisco to discuss his book, the movie adaptation that hits theaters on Friday, and the controversy...
January 22, 2010
In Creation, a film adaptation of Randall Keynes book of the same name, Charles Darwin comes to terms with the death of his daughter Annie...
January 14, 2010
Daybreakers begins ten years after an outbreak causes vampirism, when the world is running out of humans necessary to feed the vampire population.
November 23, 2009
Seeing what happens in the house while they sleep doesn’t make Katie and Micah rest any easier...
November 19, 2009
Zombieland is half how-to video half tongue-in-cheek comic adventure.
November 17, 2009
A heartbroken reporter stumbles onto a story about cold war Jedi in Iraq to whom no human, rock, or goat is immune.
November 16, 2009
Aliens, hysteria, hallucinations, theology, ancient civilizations, and psychotherapy merge en mass in Nome, Alaska.