The Reeler

Recent Comments

FILM ON THE WEB

A Girl and a Gun
A_Film_By
Ain't It Cool News
Alliance of Women Film Journalists
Anne Thompson
Art Fag City
ArtFlickChick
Better Than Fudge
Big Picture Big Sound
Bitter Cinema
Blank Screen
Blogumentary
Brian Flemming
Bright Lights
Celluloid Eyes
CHUD
Chutry Experiment, The
Cinecultist
Cinema Confidential
Cinema Eye
Cinema-Scope
Cinemarati
Cinematical
CineMe
Coming Soon
Cool Cinema Trash
Cyndi Greening
Dark Horizons
Defamer
Drew's Blog-O-Rama
Errata
Esoteric Rabbit
Film Detail
Film Experience, The
Film Journal, The
Film Journey
Film Stew
Film Rotation
Flickhead
GreenCine Daily
Greg.org
Hacking Netflix
Hammer to Nail
High Sign, The
Hollywood Elsewhere
House Next Door, The
IFC Blog, The
In the Company of Glenn
IndieScene Movie Marketing Blog
indieWIRE.com
indieWIRE Blogs
Jay's Movie Blog
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Kaiju Shakedown
Kamera
Kinoeye
Like Anna Karina's Sweater
Last Night with Riviera
Light Sleeper
Long Pauses
Looker
Masters of Cinema
Matt Zoller Seitz
Midnight Eye
Milk Plus
Mind Jack
Metaphilm
Movie Blog, The
Movie City Indie
Movie Hole, The
Movie Poop Shoot
New York Cool
NY Post Movie Blog
News of the Dead
No More Marriages!
Notes From Underdog
Out of Focus
Persistence of Vision
Pullquote
Queer Film Review
Reel Roundtable
ScreenGrab
Screen Rush
Screener (Film Journal Int.)
Screening the Past
Self-Styled Siren
Short Sheet, The
Slant Magazine
Slant Magazine Blog
Still in Motion
Stranger Song, The
They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?
Tisch Film Review
Twitch
Vince Keenan
World Film (at About.com)
You Know, For Film
Zoom-In

The Reeler Blog

Screening Gotham: Sex, Death and Heroism Edition

--Exercising his redoubtable heroism for the second time in as many weeks, subway-track rescuer Wesley Autrey shielded his daughters from the advances of the New York Film Academy, which pledged scholarships for each after the 50-year-old saved film student Cameron Hollopeter's tuition-paying ass from an oncoming train. Talk about taking a bullet. (Via Gawker)

--Steve Irwin -- another famous father not quite made of steel -- will be looking on from heaven as his 8-year-old daughter is exploited on her own TV show. Meanwhile, the videotape of his death has been destroyed, putting to rest the rumors of the feature-length Crocodile Hunter sequel Stingray Prey and its corresponding swag tee, "I WENT SNORKELING AT THE GREAT BARRIER REEF AND ALL I GOT WAS KILLED." The NYC film angle? Admittedly, none. Sorry.

--Now is your chance to appear in the most sexually graphic mainstream movie ever! Well, at least in the end credits. Of the DVD. (Via Chud)

--Armond Dangerous comes through with a breakdown of its namesake's "Better-Than List," attributing the quote of the year (the World Trade Center/"healing" conflation, natch) even before Armond has a chance to review Black Snake Moan.

--Bloggers unite! Or whatever it is we do: DIY filmmaking guru Sujewa Ekanayake proposes a Jim Jarmusch blog-a-thon in honor of the director's forthcoming 54th birthday Jan. 22. I'll have my hands full, but I figure someone around here might be able to pull something together.

Posted at January 9, 2007 9:59 AM

Post a comment

(If you haven't left a comment here before, you may need to be approved by the site owner before your comment will appear. Until then, it won't appear on the entry. Thanks for waiting.)

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.thereeler.com/cgi-bin/mt/mt-tb-AjOOtIAl.cgi/355

Search The Reeler
Join the Mailing List

RSS Feed

Archives

Send a Tip