Tag Archives: Hollywood

Not enough car chases

I spent the day at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History: The Kenneth E Behring Center (the last bit of the name after the colon is new and is ostensibly the name of their biggest donor, reinforcing that the … Continue reading

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Death of Hollywood: the re-installment plan

Hollywood continues down the road of cannibalizing its own archive, this time with a brand new Friday the 13th and My Bloody Valentine —both due out in early 2009. I won’t lie, I desperately want to see both films. Knowing … Continue reading

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The Death of Hollywood Confirmed

I saw the following post on WFMU by Brian Turner this morning (which has since has gone missing for some reason), and it confirmed my every fear: Hollywood is DOA. Hollywood: Two Words from WFMU’s Beware of the Blog by … Continue reading

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