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Let’s Not Be Gods

 

Movieha! Your favorite movie podcast

 

College Crisis

 

Think on Your Sins, America

 

Cutting Room for April 17

 

Sexually Transmitted Ignorance

 

The Bacon of Blockbusters

 

Movieha! Your favorite movie podcast

 

Cutting Room for March 27

 

Unlucky Harms

 

Cutting Room for December 21

  • If you’re reading this, we survived The Mayan Apocalypse. So how does this connect to film in any meaningful way? I don’t know, maybe because the rebel base on the moon Yavin 4 in Star Wars: A New Hope is an actual Mayan temple. Oh, and guards have been throwing out topless women who are dancing and chanting around fire pits inside the temple leading up to the supposed doomsday. The temple has been referred to...


2012, Will You Marry Me?

I want the 2012 year in film to have my babies. Heck, I’ll have its babies; it has been so durn good I’d totally go seahorse for it. Before I reduce a year that renewed my cinematic soul to a series of arbitrary numbers and rankings, a quick caveat: Because deadlines are soulless, and because major movie studios are the only things less concerned about Nebraska than presidential candidates, I wasn’t able to see...


Dwarfing Expectations

We are masters of cynicism, proudly sporting a black-belt in backlash. If this generation of critics, pseudo-critics and armchair-article-writing audience members given the bully pulpit of social media has any legacy, it will be bitching for bitching’s sake.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is awesome by the literal definition of the word, in that its relentless action, staggeringly nuanced performances and...


Cutting Room for December 14

  • Every year for the last six years, Film Streams (filmstreams.org) asks its members to select a film that will screen in the repertory theater for a week during their annual “Members Select” vote. And yet, somehow my write in vote for Birdemic or Rubber is conveniently ignored in favor of such minor films as this year’s choice, Citizen Kane. I mean, “Sight & Sound” magazine doesn’t even consider the Orson...


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