Calum Marsh writes film and DVD reviews for Slant Magazine and music reviews and features for Cokemachineglow. He co-authors a column about obscure and under-appreciated films, ReFramed, which is published biweekly by PopMatters.
Thursday, May 12 2011
By ignoring or outright dismissing Jean-Luc Godard's post-New Wave work, we’re denying the cinema the opportunity for advancement that he alone can provide.
Thursday, December 3 2009
At best, the cassette revival is merely a vacuous fad of no genuine value; but at worst, it's a confused, regressive cultural misstep more dangerous than most would care to admit.
Sunday, September 13 2009
Among social networking sites, it's only Last.fm, only scrobbling -- which, once activated, operates entirely on its own, as an unconscious background function -- that channels the essence of Foucault's social panopticism.