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Welcome to antonym: a once-monthly newsletter fueled by the people (which is everyone) in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. This is a surreal time in our world; with our site, we’re hoping to provide a place where people can breathe, express, and share their thoughts. So subscribe to receive a monthly newsletter full of …

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Jack’s Freaky Flick Pick | Movie Review: Midsommar (2019)

Ari Aster has done it again with another fantastic cult movie (like, a literal cult). Like Hereditary, this film is sopping wet with symbolism, foreshadowing, and sickening imagery that doesn’t always rely on gore… (but okay there’s still plenty of gore). Along with these two, film distributor A24 has released other horror gems such as …

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antonym | july 2020 issue

We’re beyond excited to share our july 2020 issue of antonym. Thank you to all of our contributors for sharing such beautiful work with us. We hope you enjoy it! You can read it below, or follow the link here.

June in Music

Yes | Shinichi Atobe Release Date: July 10, 2020 Album Length: 46:19 Genre: House/Techno Shinichi Atobe is a house/techno auteur from Saitama, Japan, who’s committed himself fully from removing the ‘ego’ component of most auteurs by refusing to give any interviews or even DJ his music. There are no album notes accompanying his releases. Through …

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Jack’s Freaky Flick Pick | Movie Review: Zombie (1979)

Let’s get the confusing part out of the way: If you see the title Zombi 2, it’s the same as Lucio Fulci’s film, Zombie. In Italy, it was advertised as a sequel to George Romero’s iconic Dawn of the Dead, which is known internationally as Zombi. The title, Zombie (note the “e”) was released in …

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Jack’s Freaky Flick Pick | Movie Review: One Cut of the Dead (2017)

First, a quick introduction: Hello ghosts and ghouls– I’m Jackson and I love horror movies! Some critically acclaimed, some cult classics, and plenty that you might have never even heard of. In this weekly column, I’ll be reviewing my favorite scary movies and exploring the cinematic horror genre. No film is too disturbing, gorey, haunted, slimy, sinister, depraved, or ridiculous for me to consider. Now you’ve been warned…