Sunday, December 29, 2019

This is the Tearoom of despair: Writing about movies and TV

The Leftovers: Nobody is doing this alone

Following the Doctor through time and space

Jim Jarmusch could get me divorced

The last video store in town

Trailer Park life

In the Meadows

Suburban horror stories

Entering the House of Hammer

Time for an Iron Woman

Bourne thrills: Efficiency, energy and empath

Star Trekking across my universe

Doctor Who: Death at tea-time

I still like you, Prometheus

South Park: Gonna have myself a time

How Rocky Horror made me a better person

Romero's devil was always in the details

I fell in love with a video nasty

Anger: How to influence modern culture

Dredd: The movie

Boardwalk Empire: I'm in love with Richard Harrow

Moving pictures: The arc of the human body in superhero films

Fast zombies and the arrogance of the now

Mad Men: The moon belongs to everyone

Trainspotting 2: Off the tracks

Here! Eat some turkey!

Bond, James Bond

Scary movies

Do not mess with the cleaning ladies

Twin Peaks: Seeing into the darkness

Under the big sky, or how I learned to stop worrying and love the western.

Mike Sterling loves The Spirit, and you should too

Fear of a camp Bat

Red Dwarf X: Late night comfort food

I still like you, second Star Trek film

Deadwood: We are not made for such complexity

Always Star Wars

Inside the storage locker of shame

Dumb movie arguments (that think they're so smart)

Just try not to blow it: The mind-bending films of Lindsay Anderson

101 reasons why Doctor Who is the greatest show ever

150 reasons why I love the movies

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