One More Bibliographic List

Here are some links to some pieces of mine that are available online elsewhere, in chronological order. Many of them include various lists of their own. — J.R.

10 Favorite Offbeat Musicals (March 2006):

Ten Overlooked Noirs (April 2006):

A Dozen Eccentric Westerns (June 2006):

Ten Neglected Science Fiction Movies (August 2006):

Ten Overlooked Fantasy Films on TV (and Two That Should be Available) (October 2006):

A Dozen Undervalued Movie Satires (January 2007):

Eleven Treasures of Jazz Performance on DVD (April 2007):

18 Thrillers You Might Have Missed… (July 2007):

Ten Underappreciated John Ford Films (December 2007):

My Dozen Favorite Non-Region-1 Box Sets (June 2008):

My Dozen Favorite Non-Region-1 Single-disc DVDs (November 2008):

Trial and Era (on Jim McBride’s early films) (posted April 3, 2009):

The Consequences of Fame (on Roman Polanski’s arrest, posted Sept. 19, 2009):

Tony Tony Tony (on The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, posted December 23, 2009):

Great 30s Movies on DVD (…and a few more that should be available) (February 2010):

Too Many Greats Ignored (on the Oscars, posted March 4, 2010):

Gertrud and Light in August (posted October 26, 2010):

Visions of the South (March 10, 2011):

A Star Who Knew Who She Was (on Elizabeth Taylor’s death, posted March 28, 2011):

Acid Test: The curiosity of Otto Preminger’s Skidoo (posted July 20, 2011):

Capitulating for the Camera’s Sake: the Late Artistry of Raúl Ruiz (Nov. 2, 2011):

Critical Consensus: Kent Jones and Jonathan Rosenbaum Discuss Robert Bresson and Jean-Luc Godard (with Eric Kohn; posted January 6, 2012):

Joe Dante, Anonymous King of the Post-Cult Cinema Community (posted in Winter 2012):

Chantal Akerman: The Integrity of Exile and the Everyday (posted in 2012):

The Jews of Hollywood (book review, October 12, 2012):

50th Vienna International Film Festival, 2012 (posted circa November 8, 2012):

Discovering Margaret (posted circa November 8, 2012):

Festivals: Viennale (original title, At the Viennale: Chris Marker Lives!, November 16, 2012):

Devotional Reading (with sidebar) (posted online in December 2012):

Spielberg’s Portrait of Lincoln is a Bust (article, November 16, 2012):


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