Author Archives: Eve Tushnet
About Eve Tushnet
Eve Tushnet is a writer in Washington, DC. She blogs at Patheos and has written for Commonweal, USA Today, and the Weekly Standard, among other publications. She is working on a book on vocation for gay Catholics. Her email is email@example.com and she can be found on Twitter at @evetushnet.
A creepy, haunting cannibal Western, “Ravenous” explores of the temptations of power.
Sincerity marries sorrow in an album with a tuneful, memorable pop sensibility.
Christopher Beha’s Arts & Entertainments, and how we create and consume stories of other people’s lives in order to feel better about our own.
The director took 12 years to film it, giving his movie time to grow up into a bore.
The horrific power of perverted Christianity makes this musical work.
A D.C. show displays haunting, color-washed night scenes on par with Edward Hopper.
Gavin de Becker offered empathy and understanding to women before hashtag activism ever existed.
A pre-Vatican II satire totally at home in our current performance culture.
There’s a lot to love about this swoony, drifty vampire flick, a …
How the Nazis tried to discredit modern art by exhibiting it
We are merciless out of desire to blame others for the world’s hardness and tragedy.
Nobody escapes the past in the film revival of this underappreciated TV cult hit.
“Desire” captures and reveals the wild weirdness within orthodoxy
Denying an addict’s will is a poor path to personal responsibility.
If you couldn’t understand what your family was saying, would you understand …
How faithful homosexuals are transforming our churches
A grim Canadian tale makes a polar vortex feel warm by comparison.
Evocative and haunting works–but also a raft of punny schlock.
In decadent Rome, an aging art critic rides the success of his …
I picked up Irmgard Keun’s 1932 novel The Artificial Silk Girl at …← Older posts