Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Resources for February 8, 2017

Erich Kuersten has been building an extensive collection of "psychedelic criticism for those in the 'know'" on his website Acidemic. So much criticism, in fact, that it has been difficult for me to keep up with his output. That is why I was delighted to see this post collecting all the links to his individual writing, allowing me to catch up.

Buckler, Dana. "Jurassic Park (1993)." How is This Movie? (January 23, 2017)

Fisher, Burton and Martin Kessler. "The Witch." Flixwise (January 24, 2017) ["Martin’s discussing Robert Eggers’ 2016 debut feature, The Witch, with Bay Area English Professor, Burton Fisher. Listeners will recall that The Witch was one of Martin’s favorite films of 2016. Here he gets a chance to elaborate on why this film stands apart from other recent supernatural horror flicks. Plus, he and Burton explore the various influences that helped Eggers shape The Witch’s cinematic world, including puritan folklore and the works of Andrei Tarkovsky."]

Goodwin, Paul, et al. "Special Report: Future Shock - The Story of 2000 AD (2014)." The Projection Booth (February 2, 2017) ["Britain's ground-breaking 2000 AD comic introduced a raft of vital artists and writers along with indelible characters like Judge Dredd, Halo Jones, Strontium Dog, and more. The documentary Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD (2014) tells the story of the ups and downs of this influential work. Director Paul Goodwin and producer Sean Hogan discuss the creation of Future Shock!. Josh Hadley joins Mike to reminisce about comics and the film adaptations of various 2000 AD stories."]

Goro, El. "Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) and V for Vendetta (2005)." Talk Without Rhythm (February 5, 2017) ["... a look at duo of dystopian films featuring the late, great John Hurt with 1984's Nineteen Eighty-Four and 2005's V for Vendetta."]

Hudson, David. "Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini." Keyframe (May 6, 2014)

---. "Week 3: Film Critics Come to Terms with the New Administration." Keyframe (February 6, 2017)

Nord, Liz. "HBO's Solitary: How Kristi Jacobson Got Access to America's Off-Limits Prisons." No Film School (February 6, 2017)

Peck, Raoul, et al. "I Am Not Your Negro / Film Comment @ Sundance." The Close-Up #120 (January 24, 2017)

Smith, David. "Kellyanne Conway's fictitious 'Bowling Green massacre' not a one-time slip of the tongue: Two other versions of made-up shooting emerge and include more detail, as critics decry attempt to ‘scare people into acceptance’ of travel ban." The Guardian (February 6, 2017)

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