Culture Shock – Column

July 20, 2007

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Culture Shock – Column

July 20, 2007

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Culture Shock – Column

October 6, 2006

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Culture Shock – Column

October 6, 2006

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Culture Shock – Column

March 3, 2006

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Culture Shock – Column

February 2, 2006

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Culture Shock – Column

June 13, 2005

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Polezilla – Review

June 13, 2005

Other cultures are fun to make fun of, especially if you do it behind their backs. They paint buildings purple. They have random sculptures with no explanation.

Culture Shock – Column

June 13, 2005

It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture.

Three Slices of Summer – Column

September 1, 2000

Waters must’ve read some books on directing because Demented is the most visually expressive of all his output. It’s like he finally decided to stop hating the camera, or separate the camera from the audience, or something.

Oscar Race 2000 – Column

April 1, 2000

When summer is over and Hollywood is finished making its money, things in movieland start to get serious. It’s usually around Labor Day that the Oscar race begins, and it doesn’t come to a stop until all the snow has melted.

The Lonelies – Part Two – Fiction

June 1, 1999

As Will hurried through the dark, freezing streets, he thought about the plan: Get the hell out of this town, marry Winona Ryder, and live happily ever after. All he had to do was write a book…

Immortal Combat – Fiction

November 1, 1998

I’m still not ready to get started on my great American novel, but the idea that I might be someday keeps me chaste from all sorts of pagan influences.

Graffic Traffic – Column

February 1, 1997

While it’s a four-part mini-series and over by the time of this writing, I recommend Milestone’s Wise Son – The White Wolf (art and story by Ho Che Anderson).