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 TushnetApril 04, 2019
The event that takes place in “The Devil’s Doorway,” a horror film from the Irish director Aislinn Clarke, may or may not be a miracle—but it exposes a truth about who we are, we who crucified Christ.
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetMarch 28, 2019
“Us” treads some of the most trampled ground in contemporary horror: 1980s nostalgia; guilt and rage over inequality.
Faith Features
Eve TushnetFebruary 22, 2019
Where can someone who sincerely wants to repent and atone find guidance or models for apologizing well?
Jennifer Jones and Vincent Price in ‘The Song of Bernadette' (photo: alamy.com)
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetDecember 07, 2018
"The Song of Bernadette" follows a classic horror-film structure in order to make a theological point that could not be more urgent.
Arts & Culture Film
Eve TushnetNovember 09, 2018
“The Happy Prince” covers only the last few years of Oscar Wilde’s life. When it touches on religion, it is intensely interesting.
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.