After some legal wrangling in which I had to make a case that yes, the show does fall under the “fair use” exemption of copyright law, episode 2 of Moviocrity is finally on the air! This is where we will … Continue reading MOVIOCRITY: Episode 2 – The Amazing SPIDER BABY
Did you know that there are pictures of minotaurs hanging in the Overlook Hotel? Or how about that Stanley Kubrick used a horror film to detail how he helped fake footage of the Apollo moon landing? And I’ll bet you didn’t know that THE SHINING was actually an allegory for the genocide committed by white settlers against the Native Americans. These are just a few of the loopy allegations made in the documentary ROOM 237, a film that on the surface is nothing special but at its heart raises interesting questions about the nature of film theory. When Warner … Continue reading ROOM 237 and the Nature of Film Theory
At last, after months of teasing, I can share this with you. It’s a new web series that celebrates everyone who champions a sense of joy in filmmaking and calls out those who regurgitate the same tired formula. It’s an … Continue reading The First Episode of MOVIOCRITY Is Here!!!
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