Happy New Year! More regular posts and updates coming with the new year. Some playlists for now if you enjoy that sort of thing: Musicalia #3: Will Hell Be Your Santa Claus? Musicalia #4: Don’t Lettum Dance on Your New Carpet. Continue reading Say it with song.
Ahh…the Sight and Sound list of greatest films. I’m glad I don’t take those things seriously anymore. I do appreciate seeing the variety of critics’ lists because it challenges me to see movies I may not have come across on my own. Finally saw Vigo’s last film, L’Atalante, which I had confused with von Sternberg’s … Continue reading Marginalia #15
I’ve got a new review over at Horror DNA. Some disappointing news this weekend. AMC Networks, the parent company of Shudder, is laying off personnel, including key people at the horror-streaming service. While I love the various free services out there, especially the ones offering cult films, Shudder has been producing amazing original content, and … Continue reading At Horror DNA: Blood Relatives Review
Trey is a longtime collaborator and friend. His tastes run so diagonal to mine, it’s frequently difficult coming up with parts when he asks me to. But that challenge is also a lot of fun, But Trey’s a fine bassist with a unique feel and doesn’t need any bass from me. I tend to get … Continue reading New Release: Trey Lane’s The Black Scrolls of Golden Age Ufology
I was able to read the second edition that’s coming out next year. Great as a reference, especially if you consider the scores and credits sequences more interesting than most shows themselves. It’s fascinating to get an insight into the process and how it changed over time. The arrangers must have been mainlining speed in … Continue reading Marginalia #14