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Tuesday, March 29 2011

‘Dollhouse’, Fox Television, and Cultural Fragmentation

In an age of a deeply fragmented television audience, did Fox Television make a mistake in trying to market Joss Whedon's Dollhouse to a general audience instead of the niche audience that represents Whedon's fanbase?


Monday, March 28 2011

Joss Whedon 101: Dollhouse

Dollhouse is in many ways Joss Whedon's most challenging and most cutting edge show, trying to deal with issues that are rarely or never addressed on television. With low ratings making a third season unlikely, Joss Whedon and his writers packed the second and final season with several seasons' worth of story arcs, resulting in one of the richer narrative arcs found on TV.


Thursday, March 10 2011

Raise Your Hand If You’re Invulnerable!: An Interview with Harry Groener

While Buffy the Vampire Slayer featured many superb "Big Bads", Season 3's Mayor Richard Wilkins is not merely among the most remarkable on Buffy but among the most memorable in TV history. We talk at length with the man who brought the Mayor to life, Harry Groener.


Friday, December 3 2010

‘Dollhouse: The Complete Second Season’ May Be Too Good for This World

Season Two of Dollhouse corrected all the wrongs of its middling first season to become one of the best shows on television in late-2009. Too bad that, by that point, no one was watching.


Monday, January 18 2010

Dollhouse: (Briefly) The Best Show on Television

Despite a slow beginning Dollhouse has become an absolutely brilliant series


Monday, March 23 2009

Bottle Shock

Unlike films that provide insights into an agricultural practice while telling a story, this is about everything but wine.


Tuesday, February 17 2009

Eliza Dushku soberly assesses her new role in ‘Dollhouse’


Thursday, February 12 2009

Dollhouse: Series Premiere

Even as Dollhouse sounds like other TV shows and movies, it is also utterly strange, its premise literally ridiculous and intriguingly metaphorical.


Friday, December 5 2008

Nobel Son

Nobel Son not only lacks honor, but it's also an undignified mess that should embarrass star Alan Rickman and everyone else involved.


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Wrong Turn (2003) (Reviews) [14.Oct.03]
Wrong Turn (2003) (Reviews) [6.Jun.03]
City by the Sea (2002) (Reviews) [6.Sep.02]
The New Guy (2002) (Reviews) [9.May.02]
Bring It On (2000) (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
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