Josh Jackson

Josh Jackson is a writer and editor with a focus on baseball, movies, and American pop culture at-large. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and cat.

Reviews // 12 Articles

John Huston and Ray Bradbury Adapt the Seemingly Unadaptable in 'Moby Dick' | 23 Sep 2010 // 3:57 PM

Moby-Dick, arguably the most boring really good book one could read, is a meandering experiment in literary narration. Ray Bradbury and John Huston forget all that and seize upon the plot and imagery to deliver a whale of a film in 1956's Moby Dick.

Before the Pill, the Summer of Love, the Fall of Saigon and Watergate, We Had the Honeymooners | 13 May 2010 // 9:34 PM

The Honeymooners comedy is best here, as it was in the original show, when it comes from Jackie Gleason’s terrific timing, Audrey Meadows’ dry sarcasm, or Art Carney’s off-the-wall zaniness

//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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