Voices

Eve Tushnet is the author of Gay and Catholic: Accepting My Sexuality, Finding Community, Living My Faith and Amends: A Novel.

Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetOctober 12, 2018
"The Wolf House" is a Chilean political horror film that explores the traumas of childhood abuse.
Arts & Culture Books
Eve TushnetOctober 10, 2018
“People who have never heard of Weegee can describe him,” Bonanos writes, because he created Hollywood’s idea of the newspaper photographer.”
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetSeptember 13, 2018
This is the movie’s true monster—the possibility that self-surrender in the monastery and possession by a demon are basically the same thing.
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetJuly 17, 2018
In “Sorry to Bother You,” the system’s greatest threat—literal ownership of your time and person—is also its promise of relief.
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetJune 15, 2018
“Hereditary” is a tense and deeply sad horror film that asks incisive questions—and then makes the mistake of giving answers.
Politics & Society Features
Eve TushnetMay 31, 2018
From the very beginning, Christ came to deliver not only captives but their guards.
Faith Features
Eve TushnetNovember 16, 2017
A church that can welcome homeless people only at their best will be a church where everybody fears to show their weaknesses.
Arts & Culture Television
Eve TushnetSeptember 19, 2017
The absurdity of "BoJack Horseman" offers an unrelenting, often devastating look into our own humanity.
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetMarch 10, 2017
Under the jump scares and the improvised weapons “Get Out” is subtle and disturbing.
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetFebruary 16, 2017
Christianity, with its promise of a new life and an overwhelming love, attracts tumultuous people who feel driven by longings their loved ones can’t understand. What do our churches do with these burning souls?