Category Archives: Anthropology

The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#10-1)

Today, at Blood Stained Ink, we continue our exploration on the nature of humanity, particularly as we see ourselves through the unique lens of films that look into the future.  To date, the series includes the following posts:

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The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#20-11)

Today, at Blood Stained Ink, we continue our exploration on the nature of humanity, particularly as we see ourselves through the unique lens of films that look into the future.  To date, the series includes the following posts:

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The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#30-21)

Today, at Blood Stained Ink, we continue our exploration on the nature of humanity, particularly as we see ourselves through the unique lens of films that look into the future.  To date, the series includes the following posts:

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The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#40-31)

Today, at Blood Stained Ink, we continue our exploration on the nature of humanity, particularly as we see ourselves through the unique lens of films that look into the future.  To date, the series includes the following posts:

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The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#50-41)

In the interest of continuing to explore humanity’s perceptions of its own innate goodness through the lens of contemporary film, Blood Stained Ink has compiled a list of the 50 “greatest” movies to explore apocalyptic and dystopian themes.  Of course, … Continue reading

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Apocalyptic Films as a Window into our Collective Soul

Earlier this week, I posted a list of films that I am eager to see over the coming few months.  But what I didn’t note, at the time of my original posting, however, is a trend that I spotted as … Continue reading

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The “Monsters” of Boston and “The Walking Dead”

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and his brother Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,19, are now known as the two men that planted bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, taking the lives of thee people, including an eight-year old boy.  As I write … Continue reading

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