Tag: James Duff

  • Hank and Asha’s Speechifying to the Camera, a Clunky Storytelling Device

    The epistolary novel is a tricky format, with stringent narrative limitations, yet it boasts a healthy literary tradition. Epistolary cinema has grown recently, thanks to the rise of webcam culture and the found-footage horror boom, but James E. Duff’s Hank and Asha may be the first consisting solely of video missives. The gambit is ambitious […]