Monthly Archives: November 2016

3 things about Otto Preminger’s ANATOMY OF A MURDER

Anatomy of a Murder [1959] 1. Matching cigarette lighters. 2. Blocking his sightline. 3. He advises her to keep the girdle. This film gets better and better. 3 other things.

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Exactly one year ago today.

Wild. On November 7, 2015 Pause of the Clock premiered at the 38th Denver Film Festival! PAUSE OF THE CLOCK, World Premiere, Q & A from Rob Christopher on Vimeo. Even one year later, it’s still hard to believe we … Continue reading

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My review of THE SECRET HISTORY OF TWIN PEAKS.

I had the great privilege to review Mark Frost’s new novel for Booklist. Check out my spolier-free review!

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3 things about James Redford’s RESILIENCE

Resilience [2016] 1. Only 5% of health care spending goes towards preventative medicine. 2. Dear Miss Kendra letters. 3. While her mother sobs, the baby looks into the camera, curious. Eye-opening.

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3 things about David Robert Mitchell’s IT FOLLOWS

It Follows [2014] 1. A game of Old Maid on the porch. No one’s really paying attention. 2. Target practice using cereal boxes. 3. After finally having sex, they confirm with each other that nothing has changed.

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