I’m a huge fan of Ana Lily Amirpour’s “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night”, so when I found out she had a new movie come out I was STOKED. Here’s my review of “The Bad Batch” for those damn fine degenerates at De’Lunula.
De’Lunula: “The Bad Batch” Is Full Of Really Good Shit
I saw Edgar Wright’s new film “Baby Driver” last week and it was (pardon the cliche) a joyride. Here’s my review of the film for De’Lunula.
De’Lunula: “Baby Driver” Is More Fun Than Watching An Actual Baby Drive A Car
For my latest film piece for De’Lunula, I take a look back at a Structuralist, avant-garde classic: Standish Lawder’s “The Corridor” (not just a treat for the eyes but for the ears as well, thanks to Terry Riley’s score).
De’Lunula: Taking A Long Walk Down Standish Lawder’s “The Corridor”
My latest piece for the fine folks at De’Lunula takes a look at the new David Lynch documentary.
De’Lunula: “David Lynch: The Art Life” Paints A Portrait Of A Beautifully Warped Mind
I recently finished reading George Saunders’ fantastic new novel “Lincoln in the Bardo.” Here’s my review of it for De’Lunula.
De’Lunula: “Lincoln in the Bardo” Is A Scenic Death Trip
My latest piece for De’Lunula is one that I’m particularly proud of. 🙂 It’s a look back at one of my favorite bands, Brainiac. Criminally underrated, they’re one of the greatest bands of the 90’s. Their last recording, the “Electro-shock for President” EP, turned 20 this year on April 1st. Seemed as good a time as any time to look back and wonder what could have been…
De’Lunula: Fresh New Eyes & Last Goodbyes: On Brainiac’s “Electro-shock for President”
My latest piece for De’Lunula takes a look at a nerve-wracking short film that they’ve shown at a few of their Screeners shows.
De’Lunula: “You’re Going to Die!” Sticks Your Head In The Lion’s Mouth