Crave – review

Crave, a one-act drama that premiered in 1998 by the late Sarah Kane, comes out of the experimental and absurdist tradition of Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter, and Edward Albee. Like the plays of Beckett, Pinter, and Albee, Crave combines wordplay,  ...

Crossfire Trail

Westerns, in the form of books, films, and television programming, are an enduring expression of Americana, utilizing the majestic landscapes west of the Mississippi and the pioneer spirit of a frontier society as the background and underpinnings of tales  ...

Mulholland Drive

When word leaked out earlier this year that David Lynch was making his return to television with a new ABC series called Mulholland Drive, it was cause for jubilation among those who never quite got over that strange Northwestern  ...

Flanders and Swann

Michael Flanders and Donald Swann brought their two man reviews of their own gently satirical songs from the West End to Broadway in the early 1960s. The songs in At the Drop of a Hat and At the Drop of  ...

Napoleon

Napoleon. The role of the French Emperor and ruler of Europe has been played by more actors in more movies than any other historical figure. So it might be expected that a four-hour documentary on the man would provide  ...

The Sopranos

It's been nearly a year since Big Pussy went to sleep with the fishes, an eternity for fans of The Sopranos forced to make do with perpetual reruns and the recent DVD release of the show's first season while  ...

David Copperfield

Other suggested reading: Charles Dicken's David Copperfield (Modern Critical Interpretation Series) (2000), William Golding Last Christmas, Turner Broadcasting and Hallmark Entertainment joined forces for a threadbare adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol starring Patrick Stewart. The modest budget  ...