Dan Ackerman
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Dan Ackerman

Dan Ackerman is a writer and educator who has lived in Connecticut for their entire life. They received their BSED from CCSU in 2013 and wrote their Master's thesis on representations of women in same-sex relationships in contemporary Spanish literature and cinema.
Currently, Dan is studying for a second MA in ABA and works in a center school for students with a variety of intellectual, developmental, or multiple disabilities. In their spare time, Dan continues to read and write, supplemented with a healthy amount of movie marathons and gaming.

HistoryMovies

Fascination with horror movies spans generations, race, and gender, and those of us who do more than scratch the surface of the genre inevitably find one of the most renowned (or reviled) films: Cannibal Holocaust. Directed by Ruggero Deodato, Cannibal Holocaust is an exemplar of the Italian horror genre in

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The National Socialist German Workers’ Party (colloquially known as Nazis) have, since their defeat in World War II and the following trials in Nuremburg, been exposed for their thirst for world domination and genocide, as well as their morally reprehensible experimentation in their bastardized attempts at medical science. The severity

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