Into the Cinema, Onto the Page
“Movie buffs, like writers, have no problem with solitude.”
Touch of Evil
Touch of Evil
The 400 Blows
(Freaky Friday) The Shaggy DogThe 400 Blows
Cahiers du CinemaThe Birds
Annie HallThe KillingCitizen KaneTaxi Driver
Goodbye, ColumbusThe LandlordThe French ConnectionThe Owl and the Pussycat,
The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight
Mass und Wert
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight.
Michael A. Gonzales has written essays and articles for The Village Voice, New York, Pitchfork and Mass Appeal. Co-author of Bring the Noise: A Guide to Rap Music and Hip-Hop Culture (1991), he has written music journalism for Newark Bound, Red Bull Academy, The Wire, and Wax Poetics. His short fiction has appeared in Bronx Biannual, Brown Sugar, Black Pulp and Crime Factory. Gonzales is currently finishing his literary New York City hip-hop novel Boom for Real. More information on The Blacklist can be found on Facebook.
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Guy Fieri allowed me to ask: who do I fear noise and brightness for? Who do I fear food for? And he gave me the answer: I fear it for myself.
That first time I heard it, the music was so catchy and the words were so ridiculous that I threw my head back and laughed. I opened the curtains that had been closed for a month.