My latest piece for the fine freaks at De’Lunula (who’ve got an upcoming night of screeners and short flicks at the Trunk Space on the 15th this month) is a review of the new Jim Jarmusch joint, “Paterson.”
De’Lunula: “Paterson” Takes Us On A Tour Through A Working Artist’s Life
My latest piece for De’Lunula is a review of “Cameraperson”, the new documentary by Kirsten Johnson.
De’Lunula: “Cameraperson” Gives Us A Fractured Lens To View Life
My latest post for PHX SUX and De’Lunula is a review of the (really excellent) “Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 2”, a program of short films that will be screening next week in Phoenix and Tucson.
PHX SUX: “Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 2” Brings Some Of Chicago’s Finest Short Films To Arizona
I wrote another book review for the magical miscreants at De’Lunula. This one is a review of “Normal”, the (really, really good) new novel by Warren Ellis. It’s one half mystery mixed with one half apocalyptic musings.
De’Lunula: Warren Ellis’ “Normal” Is A Mad Trip On A “Speeding Death Kaleidoscope Made Out Of Tits”
And here is my latest piece for De’Lunula: A review of Barry Jenkins’ extraordinary new film “Moonlight”.
De’Lunula: Moonlight Shines Brighter Than The Rest of 2016’s Starlit Films
Here’s my latest piece for De’Lunula: A review of “The Secret History of Twin Peaks” by Mark Frost.
Last Friday I went to Legend City Studios to catch their annual Chaos Theory group art show. This year was the 17th edition of this long-running Phoenix art institution. Here’s my review of it for the fine folks at De’Lunula.
De’Lunula: Chaos Theory 17 Had Method To Its Madness