In which I look back on my preposterous (and predictably failed) attempt to write about every movie that opened this summer.
After a long sabbatical, I'm returning with a vengeance, and an insane plan to see and review every movie released between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
In a belated new edition of the blog/newsletter, I share some thoughts on hitting the pandemic wall, as well as quick takes on It's a Sin, Allen v. Farrow, For All Mankind, Minari, Nomadland, and other stuff.
In which I offer quick takes on stuff I've been watching (including Judas and the Black Messiah, Saint Maud, and Clarice), and explain at some length why I won't be writing about Buffy the Vampire Slayer this year after all.
This week's blog/newsletter features some labored thoughts on the writing process, and quick takes on The Dig, Malcolm & Marie, The Little Things, I May Destroy You, and other things I've been watching.
In this week's edition of my blog/newsletter, I share some melancholy thoughts from the 11th month of lockdown, as well as quick takes on One Night in Miami and News of the World.
In this week's edition of my blog/newsletter, I'm offering quick takes on Promising Young Woman, Pretend It's a City, WandaVision, Locked Down, and a bunch of other stuff I was watching when I should have been writing.
In this week's blog/newsletter, I share a few thoughts on the white supremacist attack on Washington D.C., as well as a few links to the thoughts of much smarter people than I.
This week's blog post/newsletter includes quick thoughts on Sylvie's Love, Doctor Who, and Dickinson, as well as some thoughts on the difference between making New Year's Resolutions and implementing them.
In the first of a new weekly blog series (and ersatz newsletter), I discuss what I've been watching, and writing about, and thinking about, during 2020's "Holiday Taint."
In which—brazenly, and despite a poor track record at this sort of thing—I announce what I'm planning to review, and other changes coming in the new year.
Announcing the first of three e-books, collecting all my writing on Game of Thrones.
Some thoughts—from a white liberal, for white liberals—on Charlottesville, privilege, and the need to shift our fundamental understanding of our country.
The Unaffiliated Critic—somewhat recklessly—announces his plan to see and review every single movie that opens between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Here at The Unaffiliated Critic, we appreciate the illusory, arbitrary promise of a fresh start as much as anyone. So here are my New Year's Resolutions for 2017.
As I plan out my Independent Study in World Cinema, I could use some help in making sure I don't overlook great female directors.
A self-educated film nerd resumes his self-education, as my long-abandoned Independent Study in World Cinema series returns.
The Unaffiliated Critic is back from vacation, with a few quick recommendations and some vague plans for the future…
With apologies for the reviews not written, The Unaffiliated Critic is taking a break to get hitched.
In which I foolishly commit to reviewing way too many shows in the Spring and Summer of 2015.
Murders in the Arctic Circle, musicians in Manhattan, superheroes in Starling City, and Nazis in America: this week's TV roundup has something for everyone.
This week the Unaffiliated Critic kept it 100 with The Nightly Show, speed-watched The Flash, tried on The Hollow Crown, gleefully suffered Slings & Arrows, and endured about as much of Backstrom as he could stand.
This week I catch up with Jane the Virgin, check out the pilots of Togetherness and Man Seeking Woman, and recommend some British shows you've never heard of.
A quick round-up of what The Unaffiliated Critic has been watching this week, including Agent Carter, Empire, The Americans, and more…
The Unaffiliated Critic is taking an Unauthorized Vacation.
Because when you fall in love with a movie-geek, this is what you get…