Moon Knight: A Discussion on Dissociative Identity Disorder

Moon Knight is not the first show that features characters with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). However, it is the first time that Marvel has explicitly done such a show and received so much positive feedback for the outstanding execution.

Was Moon Knight actually worth the hype, and was DID really presented in an accessible manner?


Everything Everywhere All At Once: Multiverses, What-ifs, and Hope

What if I had decided to go to that school instead? What if I had worked harder? What if I could have led a better life than the one I am living right now? We would be lying to ourselves if we said that such thoughts have never crossed our minds.

Everything Everywhere All At Once brings these ideas to the fore through its main character, Evelyn Quan, and the tragedy that is her life. The film’s unique blend of sci-fi and absurdist comedy has left many of its viewers reflecting on their lives; which is maybe what many of us need right now — a new perspective.