F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu, one of the greatest films — horror or otherwise — ever made, celebrates its centennial today. So much has been written about it already — some true, … Continue Reading 100 Years of Nosferatu
Pretty much everyone agrees that there are very few pairings on this earth better than horror movies and pizza, but how many can honestly say that their very introduction to … Continue Reading I Was a Child-Age Werewolf: A Memoir
This site is on temporary hiatus and will return soon. In the meantime, please notice the new tabs on this site that will lead you to my music and short … Continue Reading This site is on hiatus.
It’s been a while…again. Yes, I know how bad I am at maintaining this site. But in my defense, my focus recently has been on other projects, one of which … Continue Reading Four Short Films About Metamorphosis Made During Quarantine
Our taste is shaped by a myriad of factors, and they don’t lend themselves to anything approaching a comprehensive view of art. It isn’t possible. Anybody who prides themselves on … Continue Reading Where is the Film Revolution? (A Plea for Radicalism in Digital Cinema)
This is a post I never thought I’d write. I never thought it would be necessary to do so. In the traditional sense, I still don’t think it’s necessary. Nobody … Continue Reading The State of This Blog (and Podcast)
As much as I’m glad to have pretty much full control over what movies I watch and when I can watch them now that I have a plethora of streaming … Continue Reading USA Up All Night and the Virtue of Late-Night Trash Flicks