Cloak & Dagger, Sight & Sound

I make two appearances in the new Sight & Sound, with a favourable review of Luke Aspell’s clever monograph on Cronenberg’s SHIVERS, and a favourable review from Robert Hanks of my video essay extra on Masters of Cinema’s double-format CLOAK AND DAGGER (which you can glimpse at the 40 second mark, above).

This edition is guest-edited by Bong Joon Ho, whose PARASITE is the bee’s knees. But you don’t need me to tell you that.

I started counting the number of things I’m committed to writing at present, but I ran out of fingers, then toes, then brain cells. More on this soon.

2 Responses to “Cloak & Dagger, Sight & Sound”

  1. Grant Skene Says:

    Can I just take a moment to say your Neg Sparkle essays are wonderful. Thoughtful, insightful, and poetic.

  2. Thanks! I’m always nervous of intruding on what seems to me Geoffrey O’Brien’s terrain (you’ll like his The Phantom Empire if you haven’t already consumed it). But I just wrote another one, boosted by your kind words!

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