[Editor's Note: House Rewind is a collection of House articles from the month gone by—a recap of the posts you loved and those you might have missed.]
Chiming in on the Hunger Games phenomenon, Richard Larson offered an essay dubbed, "Reality Hunger."
Just in time for the release of The Deep Blue Sea, Aaron Cutler wrote an essay on the films of Terence Davies.
In Poster Lab, R. Kurt Osenlund dissected the posters for Intruders, Moonrise Kingdom, Cosmopolis, and Cabin in the Woods.
After attending a special 92Y Tribeca event for Jerry Lewis, Bill Weber delivered a coverage article he called, "The Indelicate Delinquent in Manic Winter."
In the wake of the release of HBO's Game Change, Oscar Moralde shared his own take on the film.
In Theater, Ela Bittencourt reviewed The New York Theatre Workshop's production of An Iliad, and the Signature Theatre's production of The Lady from Dubuque.
In our ongoing weekly list feature, R. Kurt Osenlund served up 15 Famous Movie Mustaches, Mars Movies, Kids with Bikes, Fights to the Death, and Movie Bullies.
In Music, the House added to its playlist the the latest from Regina Spektor, Rocket Juice and the Moon, & Craft Spells; Beach House, Burial + Four Tet, & Lemonade; Nas, Lotus Plaza, & Boys from Patagonia; Grass Widow, Clark featuring Martina Topley-Bird, & Howse; and Chromatics, Japandroids, Dntel, & Kendrick Lamar.
Reporting from SXSW 2012, Nick Schaher, Kenji Fujishima, Jesse Cataldo, and Jonathan Pacheco reviewed Cabin in the Woods, Girl Model, The Comedy, The Do-Deca-Pentathlon, Gimme the Loot, and many more.
Offering additional SXSW 2012 coverage, Jesse Cataldo also reviewed the latest from musical acts like Bear in Heaven, Father John Misty, and Tristen.
In Understanding Screenwriting, Tom Stempel explored the scripts for Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Adventures of Tintin, Contraband, and more. He also dug into The Artist.
In Books, Tim Peters reviewed Matthew Forsythe's Jinchalo and Tom Gauld's Goliath, Indrapramit Das reviewed Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's Joe Golem and the Drowning City, Sumanth Prabhaker reviewed Jennifer Dubois's A Partial History of Lost Causes, Evan Davis reviewed Jordan Mintzer's James Gray, and Indrapramit Das reviewed Mike Carey, Linda Carey, and Louise Carey's The Steel Seraglio.
In Television, Tony Dayoub reviewed episodes 6 through 9 of HBO's ill-fated Luck, while Luke De Smet took us through new episodes of FX's Justified.