Master Review: Everyone's Racist at Haunted College

Two black women face racism and horror at an elite New England school. Master is a heavy-handed take on discrimination in academia as a reflection of American society. The film uses genre tropes and racial identity politics to push a sledgehammer narrative. The ostensibly smart protagonists become hapless victims of institutionalized bias. They are tokens preserving the status quo instead of inspiring change. Master lays its intolerance message on thick.


Don’t Stop Here

More To Explore