For Indiewire I wrote a lot of questions apparently:
- Does Wilfred Have the Best Guest Stars on Television?
- How The Walking Dead Became a Better Show in Season 2
- Q&A on Hulu and Battleground
- Q&A with Dallas Roberts on The Walking Dead and a very lame Rubicon joke I tried to make
- Q&A with Navid Negahban about being the boogyeman on Homeland
- a look back at some nifty indie games from 2012
- The 10 YouTube Channels You Should('ve) Been Watching
At the Playlist
- did press days for Safety Not Guaranteed, in which I did not smoothly ask about The To-Do List ; mumbled in front of the cast of Wish You Were Here .
- my final day at Sundance was spent doing round robins for The Words ranging from Dennis Quaid and co-director to Bradley Cooper and the other co-director to Ben Barnes and something or other and finally bullshitting about Star Trek with an equally tired Zoe Saldana.
- I listened in to Herzog discuss opera at BAM. Talked with the director of Una Noche at Tribeca 2012 about her disappearing cast and Bradley Rust Gray about the Brothers Quay on top of Jack and Diane.
- And then I talked to folks and Paul Weitz about Being Flynn.
Other great moments in freelance include:
I ranked the Best "And" roles in television history for Esquire.
before movieline went r.i.p. I was in praise of r. kelly's trapped in the closet and in which i did a press day to ask about cock socks at the tribeca film festival.
At The Week why video game adaptions don't have to be terrible and Riddick knows why.
Solomon Kane "isn’t trying to dumb itself down or sparkle slow-motion fights off the screen. It’s a solid quasi-fantasy story that doesn’t require overacting from Nicolas Cage or Universal’s brand of monsters. "
About Cherry ...eh...
360 aka "The Film Where Anthony Hopkins' Face Wipes Into a Plane"
hold me closer Shadow Dancer
there's even an IMDB for me so you can confirm how I used to make coffee for dudes on tattoo shows.