From 1989-1993, I was part of a ragtag collective of aspiring artists who worked under the guidance of Adolfas Mekas, Peter Hutton, and John Pruitt. We were the People’s Film Department of Bard College, and they were our id, ego, and superego. Or, as my nerd friends and I called them, the Kirk, Spock, and McCoy.Continue reading “Long Live the People’s Film Department”
Who will emerge victorious?
No, I wasn’t that wild about Netflix”s latest buzzy original. But we still had an interesting Central Standard show about it.
I’m watching more movies for fun, now that I’m not getting paid for reviews. Periodically, I will publish my reactions, just because. Also, you will probably like this more if you’ve seen the film in question. A detailed plot synopsis is on the Wikipedia page, if you want a shortcut. Here, there be spoilers…Continue reading “Rambling Thoughts on “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” (2019)”
My friend Ben McClure has an interesting experiment on his blog, in which I am a participant. I’ll let him explain it in the post. Suffice to say, I never thought I’d be choosing between Batman and Return of the King in any context.