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A Baltimore-based film critic and award-winning filmmaker, founder of Heaven’s Fire Films. Has written film critique and theory for FilmSnobbery, Community Soul, The Baltimore Examiner, AXS, Men's Confidence Magazine, and Screen Anarchy. He writes DVD/Blu-ray/film reviews for Under the Radar, and movie reviews for IonCinema, The Critical Movie Critics and Film Threat.

Anarchic Cinema: V-Cinema & Takashi Miike

In our latest entry of Anarchic Cinema, we discuss the birth of Japanese V-Cinema and the contributions of Takashi Miike.

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AN OVERSIMPLIFICATION OF HER BEAUTY: The Power Of Metacinematic Poetry

An Oversimplification of Her Beauty is a solid stroke of inventive creativity and artistic integrity, all buttressed by a profound love and understanding of

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Anarchic Cinema: Dogme 95 & The Emotion And Character Of Film

Matthew Roe explores the Dogme 95 movement, arguing that it shows the boundaries of the human psyche, creativity and sociopolitical climate more effectively than

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Andy Warhol is often considered a pioneer of the "anti-film" or cinematic nihilism, though his films themselves leave much to be desired.

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THE PENGUIN COUNTERS: A Persnickety Penguin Story

Although The Penguin Counters showcases a sense of wonderment for its central research expedition, it fails to fully capture the importance of this mission

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In our latest entry of Anarchic Cinema, we discuss Nick Zedd's 1979 undiluted cinematic punk rock film They Eat Scum.

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Anarchic Cinema: An Introduction To Embracing The Inner Chaos Of Movies

Matthew Roe introduces Anarchic Cinema, the beginning of a new series focusing on the evolution of art from the obvious to the complex.

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