Though many Americans encounter images and stories from modern Southern life through mainstream national news outlets, documentaries offer fuller and nuanced portraits and discussions of
In 1971, when The Beguiled was released to American movie audiences, it would have been easy to buy into the notion that Southerners were crazy.
Though it came out in 2011, eight years ago, I had never heard of The Dynamiter until I came across it in Amazon Prime, where
After writing a recent Southern Movie post about the sentimentalized Civil War movie Drums from the Deep South, it seemed appropriate to write one as well
Forty-five years ago today, on October 11, 1973, two men named Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker reported to local sheriffs that they had been abducted
In his 1993 book The Selling of the South, historian James C. Cobb writes about Southern states’ Depression-era invention of using tax breaks, free land, and