Brendan Hodges

Brendan Hodges is a film culture writer and essayist. Known by his friends to ramble about aspect ratios at parties, he studied Moving Image Arts at University of Illinois at Chicago, and his work has appeared at RogerEbert.com, Bright Wall Dark Room, Polygon, Vague Visages, and Next Best Picture.

When he's not rewatching the theatrical cut of Miami Vice, he can be found talking too much about movies on social media.

Miyazaki Week

'The Boy and the Heron' Rejects The Most Boring Studio Ghibli Stereotype

The Boy and the Heron is Miyazaki’s greatest, and most hopeful, apocalypse movie.

ByBrendan Hodges