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100 Nights in the Dark: A Collection of Contemporary Film Reviews and Essays by Joe Barlow

100 Nights in the Dark: A Collection of Contemporary Film Reviews and Essays

by Joe Barlow

238 pages
An anthology of 100 insightful (and hilarious!) movie reviews and essays by renowned critic Joe Barlow.

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About the Book
100 Nights in the Dark is a collection of 100 humorous, insightful film reviews and essays by renowned critic Joe Barlow. Want the low-down on a particular film before you pop it into your VCR? Barlow tells you which recent films are worth seeing, which you should skip, and which will require years of painful therapy should you view them. Best of all, he does it in the same playful, irreverent style that has made him one of the Internet's most popular critics.

Some of the films targeted in this volume: The Avengers, Batman and Robin, Blade, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, Eyes Wide Shut, Hope Floats, Never Been Kissed, Patch Adams, The Rage: Carrie 2, The Tigger Movie, and You've Got Mail.

Essays include: The Enduring Appeal of the Star Wars Saga, an interview/retrospective with filmmaker Roger Corman, A Farewell to Mystery Science Theater 3000, and more.

 

 

About the Author
Joe Barlow is a freelance writer who turned to film criticism after realizing his gross incompetence in everything else. His movie reviews have appeared in The Arizona Reporter, The OFCS Movie Journal, Nitrate Online, The DVD Journal, and the French cinema magazine Ashes of Time.

 

 

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