Monthly Archives: December 2012

  1. 35mm Film: The End of an Era

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    December 30, 2012 by Ian Goldstein

    By Rafael Chaiken Without much fanfare, we are currently witnessing a sea change in American cinema. Movies, which were captured …
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  2. Snow Days, John Lennon, and the Loss of Potential

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    December 25, 2012 by Ian Goldstein

    By Ian Goldstein We all regret something. Or at least, we all hesitate about some decision, or non-decision that we …
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  3. Beyond the Hood: A Look at ‘Arrow’ Thus Far

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    December 21, 2012 by Jason Seligson

    By Jason Seligson The CW’s latest venture into super heroics—and breakout hit of the season—tells the story of DC Comics …
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  4. A World too Cynical for even Superman to Save

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    December 14, 2012 by NowhereButPop

    by Andrew Doscas As we’ve gotten older, people stop believing in things; it’s just an aspect of growing up.  It …
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  5. Top of the Pops: Bob Dylan’s Self Portrait

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    December 13, 2012 by NowhereButPop

    By Steve Secular One of my favorite albums is The Band’s Northern Lights-Southern Lights. It’s not the best album, and …
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  6. Batman Forever and Ever

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    December 13, 2012 by NowhereButPop

    In defense of the second best Batman movie ever made.

  7. Top of the Pops: The Fame Monster

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    December 10, 2012 by NowhereButPop

    by Andrew Doscas Pop albums aren’t supposed to be dark; they’re supposed to be light and accessible and concise.  Lady …
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