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Like director Alex Garland’s debut, Ex Machina, Annihilation plays out as both science fiction and horror show, though here the latter quality appears much more readily. Natalie Portman’s character enters a mysterious zone known as the Shimmer, and either goes insane or mutates to become something else entirely. Annihilation raises a lot of questions without being too lofty, and as it builds to a bizarre conclusion, we can’t help but be entranced by this freaky new universe.
When news through the telegram arrived in Ohio about the battle of Fort Sumter, the Ohio Senate was holding business as they normally do. People sat in silence until a woman started to say “Glory to God!” (Cayton, 127). This small incident shows many things in Ohio: first, technology of the telegraph was in many states which brought news faster; second, the woman’s comment made it seem as if the war would be based on morals to end slavery according to some people’s beliefs; third, some people just didn’t know how to react to the news.