Sabadino Parker has been writing for PopMatters since 2000. A lifelong writer from Connecticut, Sabadino’s weekly syndicated DVD review column, “Getting Reel,” has appeared in local newspapers for almost a decade, and his fiction and poetry have been published in both print and online media. Having recently earned his Masters in English from Trinity College, Sabadino is hoping to amass a collection of degrees to match that of his comic books. He is currently the editorial manager for The Scene Magazine and owns Sparker Media, a freelance writing, editing, and online marketing company. He is currently at work on his second novel, which should see the light of day sometime in 2012. Feel free to e-mail Seb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, May 15 2001
[Douglas Adams possessed] a mind that had an amazing ability to place a unique perspective on weighty matters while maintaining a tone of absolute lightheartedness. Adams was one person who could see the big picture and realize how terribly bland a sight it was.
Thursday, July 27 2000
Saturday, December 31 1994
Sunday, August 5 2012
Sometime before being dismissed as out of his gourd, John Travolta made a film more than suggestive of his growing attraction to the marriage of the worlds of spiritualism and science fiction.
Thursday, September 22 2011
Few of the B-rated movies the cast of MST3K lambasted come close to the dreadful incompetence of “Manos”: The Hands of Fate.
Thursday, June 2 2011
David Byrne's theme of human optimism in the face of the dread inherent in an increasingly impersonal world continues -- a theme becoming more relevant with each passing decade.
Wednesday, May 18 2011
If one can say something close to complimentary about The Roommate, it's that Leighton Meester pulls off playing a slick psycho with a slightly tantalizing believability.
Tuesday, April 19 2011
My Time Will Come is a cinematic achievement from a region of the world whose theatrical talent has been given little spotlight. Its value as a work of ingenuity will make it a prized possession of any film aficionado's library.