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Sabadino Parker
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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 sebparker@yahoo.com.


Features

Tuesday, May 15 2001

So Long, and Thanks for All the Laughs

[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

Understanding Reinvention


Saturday, December 31 1994

Understanding Reinvention


Reviews

Sunday, August 5 2012

'Phenomenon': Or, How to Make Use of Good Manure

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

Fated for Scoffing: 'Mystery Science Theater 3000 Presents Manos: The Hands of Fate'

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

Something a Little Bit Different: 'David Byrne: Ride, Rise, Roar'

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

'The Roommate' Ain't 'Single White Female'

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

Deadly Connections in 'My Time Will Come'

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.


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