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FILM
01.22.10
FILM, Hollywood Film, Early Television Innovators, Hyperrealism, Independent Film, Film Criticism and Theory, TV, Comedies, Musicals, n, s Playhouse, Rob Zombie, Sally Hershberger, Saturday Night Live, Phil Hartman, Kris Kristofferson, Randal Kleiser, MoMA, Pee-Wee, pee-wee herman, Tim Burton, danny elfman, phil hartman, MTV, guns roses, Rem, Chris Isaak, Murphy Brown, 227, Pee-Wees Big Adventure, Conan O'brien, Paul Reubens
by Natalie
Pee-Wee Herman appeared last night on the second to last episode of Conan O'brien's "Tonight Show," to help break down the events that lead up to Conan's break from NBC. Pee-Wee (AKA Paul Reubens) aficionados know that the character -- loosely inspired by 50's TV host Pinky Lee -- was developed with Phil Hartman in the 1970's, when the two men worked together in the LA-based comedy troupe "The Groundlings." Pee-Wee didn't make it onto "Saturday Night Live" with Hartman, but his Pee-Wee Herman character appeared in "Cheech & Chong's Next Movie," and the popular stage show was punctuated with appearances on Letterman and HBO. Anyone around my age might have vague memories of Pee-Wee infused shows ranging from "227" to
FILM
11.01.09
by Natalie
Getting addicted to "Lost" really caught me off guard. It's not really my kind of show, with the black smoke that sounds like an NYC taxi meter throwing people around, a seemingly exhausted premise, and interior spaces like houses and hatches
TV
10.26.09
While the energy generated by vampire fiction is hardly unique these days, ‘True Blood’ manages to be something of its own. The character portrayals and specifications, from Lafayette’s red nail polish to the décor of Merlotte’s, are exceptional. Alan
FILM
10.03.09
The Cinematic City, or how a city is perceived as a collection of moods, ideas and images found in cinematic history and the collective imagination, is something that I've been interested in some time now. And when thinking about 2010, Vancouver

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  • Thrice Removed (Part 1)
    By Brian Cullen. The sound world was created using a 360° array of 42 speakers including 2 subwoofers and then recorded using a binaural dummy head. listen using earphones for best 360° effect, headphones also work o.k.. In section 3 the camera and sound environment are dec ...
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    By Brian Cullen. Watch from the beginning! The sound world was created using a 360° array of 42 speakers including 2 subwoofers and then recorded using a binaural dummy head. listen using earphones for best 360° effect, headphones also work o.k.. In section 3 the camera and ...
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