Discussing My Love for Movie Culture in Association with Seattle’s Legendary Video Store
From July 2015 through December 2016, I wrote “Cinema Collectibles”, a monthly column for Scarecrow Video, Seattle’s largest independent video store/film-based non-profit organization. I would revisit my vast collection of movie memorabilia and discuss why certain objects (and the films related to them) have enduring sentimental value to me and other like-minded cinema buffs.
Below are some links to my most popular columns:
A concert review of Seu Jorge’s Life Aquatic Tribute to David Bowie, which includes a critical re-examination of Wes Anderson’s 2004 film.
The published script for the 1982 film Time Bandits, as well as reviewing the Criterion Collection Blu-ray (which comes with a replica of “The Map.”)
Movie soundtracks reissued on 180-gram vinyl and the resurgence of albums in the age of streaming audio.
A complete list of my Scarecrow Video columns can be found here.