The Blog Archive
December 29, 2006
Del Toro: "Thank God I'm Not in Charge of the Parenting Board"
The Pan's Labyrinth director makes a case for taking the kids to his brilliant, bloody fable
Factory Girl Opens in Exile; Hickenlooper Haunts the Rumor Mill
Angry director offers bounty for head of shadowy online detractor
Screening Gotham: Understanding Armond
Also: The Talbots speak! Invincible explained!
December 28, 2006
New Times Update: LA Weekly Poll Arrives; Chain Chops High-Paid DVD Columnist
Syndicated DVD reviews save America's biggest weekly chain mid- to low-four figures annually
O'Hehir: Out With the Old, In With the Old-ish
News flash: Mini-majors had a good year, indies still impossible to define
Screening Gotham: Woody Allen, Now in Convenient Blog Form
Also: Another Look at Kubrick, untruth in advertising for NYC indie
December 27, 2006
"And Here I Was Being Offered This Funny Old Lady..."
Scandal screenwriter Patrick Marber checks his Notes with The Reeler
Screening Gotham: Like Sugar and Spike: Lee to Helm Brown Biopic
Also: New Yorkers working through holiday, George Hickenlooper drinking through post-post-production
December 22, 2006
Handle With Care: Can Filmmakers Deal With the Truth?
When it comes to film reporting and criticism, honesty evidently isn't always the best policy
Screening Gotham: Finicky Christians Whack New Line Over Nativity
Also: Zacharek lights up Iwo Jima, Carr not getting much sleep