Theater to Myself

Freelance film critic currently contribuiting to lonelyreviewer.com and nextprojection.com. Welcome to my personal world of television and film.

So You Like Movies: The Necessary Evil of Twitter - Next Projection

This week’s So You Like Movies has me accepting the 140-character limit demon, Twitter, into my life. Turns out it has plenty of good to offer an aspiring writer. Head to Next Projection for more.

Film Review: Borgman

I have no idea what ultimately is going on in Borgman, and over its runtime it gradually sucked all of the happiness out of me. It is a brilliantly strange film that mystifies in its atmospheric dread. I really don’t ever need to experience again. Head to LonelyReviewer for my review.

Freeze Frame: ICON Print Series - Next Projection

Check out the first bit of pop culture art coverage on Next Projection. This edition features the ICON series from DKNG. Pieces range from Ghostbusters to Wizard of Oz, all for pretty cheap.

So You Like Movies: My First Year as a Film Critic - Next Projection

A little over a year ago, I began my journey as a film critic. Now I’m getting all reflective on it. Check out my introduction to the new SO YOU LIKE MOVIES series over on Next Projection. Future entries hope to let you know just what this massive and weird world is like, as well as sharing plenty of mistakes and confusion.

Film Review: The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz manages to be so many things, profile of a thinker/revolutionary, call to action, historical account, commentary on our digital climate, and it is all of them astoundingly well. It’s the rare documentary that is exciting while making you both think and feel. Head to LonelyReviewer for my review.

NXNE: Riot on the Dance Floor Review - Next Projection

Riot on the Dance Floor has the potential to be a thoughtful exploration of the struggle that is realizing your dreams. Nevertheless, it spends most of its time down the rabbit hole of nostalgia, and amounts to a feature length “everything was better back in the day”. Head to Next Projection for my review and more coverage of NXNE.

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