Imagining a nonexistent movie classic starring Peter Sellers
From the art of the real to the art of manipulation
. . . but, alas, there are no good sleep-inducing movies playing in town this week.
Considering those movies rich in sense of place and little else
Are audiences more excited to watch a movie if they’re unfamiliar with the technology it employs?
On seeing your neighborhood in the movies
When applause isn’t the same thing as good cheer
It’s January, also known as make-out season for moviegoers.
Is David Cronenberg’s latest a different movie on DVD than it is in the cinema?
They make you want to see more
Observing the crowd dynamics of a weekday afternoon multiplex screening
Remembering the woebegone final years of the Pipers Alley movie theater
Some reasons why it’s better to watch movies at home rather than in a theater.