Filmography

Avatar The Last Airbender. Nickelodeon. 2005. Television.

Bechdel, Alison. Fun Home. Mariner Books, 2007. Print.

Borderlands 2. Gearbox. 2k Games. 2012. Video Game.

The Dark Knight. Dir. Christopher Nolan. Perf. Christian Bale and Heath Ledger. Warner Brothers, 2009.

Don’t Breathe. Directed by Fede Alvarez. Ghost House Pictures, 2016. Film.

Forrest Gump. Dir. Robert Zemeckis. Perf. Tom Hanks. Paramount Pictures, 1994.

Freaks. Dir. Todd Browning. Perf. Wallace Ford and Leila Hyams. MGM, 1932.

Gleason. Directed by Clay Tweel. 2016. Culver City: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2016. DVD.

Halo 4. Directed by Josh Holmes. 2012. Redmond: Microsoft Studios, 2012. Video game.

Immortal Beloved. Directed by Bernard Rose. 1994. Culver City: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 1999. DVD.

“Legs” Archer. Written by Adam Reed. Directed by Brian Fordney. FOX, January 31, 2013. Television Episode.

Mad Max. Avalanche Studios. 2015. Video Game.

“Motherboy XXX.” Arrested Development. Written by Jim Valley and Mitchell Hurwitz. Directed by Joe Russo. Fox, March 13, 2005. Television Episode.

My Left Foot. Dir. Jim Sheridan. Perf. Daniel Day Lewis. Miramax Films, 1989.

One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Dir. Miloš Forman. Perf. Jack Nicholson. United Artists, 1975.

Overwatch. Blizzard Entertainment. 2016. Video Game.

The Ringer. Dir. Barry W. Blaustein. Prod. Peter Farrelly, Bradley Thomas, and Bobby Farrelly. By Ricky Blitt. Perf. Johnny Knoxville, Brian Cox, and Katherine Heigl. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, 2005.

Silent Hill 2. Team Silent. Konami. 2001. Video Game.

Still Alice. Directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland. 2014. Culver City: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2015. Blu-ray.

The Theory of Everything. Directed by James Marsh. 2014. Universal City: Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2015. Blu-ray.

Wild, Wild, West. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. Warner Bros. 1999. Film.

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