Terrence Butcher

Terrence Butcher is a freelance writer and film festival aficionado. He holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Antioch University, and an M.A. for Screenwriting/Film Studies at Hollins University. Previously he has written for The Pasadena Weekly and Forefront. Among his special areas of cinematic interest are mockumentaries, 1970s New Hollywood, international releases, low-budget horror, documentaries on film history, and anything LGBT-related. He has been a staff writer at Pop Matters since 2008. He currently resides in a leafy, historic suburb of Los Angeles.

‘A Portrait of James Dean: Joshua Tree, 1951’

The Larger Assault Case of ‘The Central Park Five’

The Larger Assault Case of ‘The Central Park Five’

The Central Park Five is about much more than the victim and the misfortune of the wrongly accused boys. There’s a larger assault case in this story.

‘Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroines’

San Diego Black Film Festival: 31 January 2013 – San Diego, CA

It’s ‘Heroes’ Meets ‘Saw’ in ‘All Superheroes Must Die’

It’s David vs Goliath in ‘Battle for Brooklyn’

Ted Kotcheff’s ‘Wake In Fright’ Ignited Australia’s New Wave Film Movement

Spike Lee Continues His Chronicles of Brooklyn in ‘Red Hook Summer’

Anarchy in the PRC! ‘Beijing Punk’

Imagine This Power Duo Together Again: ‘Ike & Tina: On the Road: 1971-72’

‘Chico & Rita’ Is a Neon Nod to Old Hollywood

‘The Great Pretender’ Was Also the Real Deal