Web Links

Movie resources

The Internet Movie Database: Where to learn more about movies.

Rotten Tomatoes: To see my reviews on a big fancy site, check out what other critics are saying, or dial up the latest news, trailers, photos, etc.

Great Places to See Movies in My Neck of the Woods

The Camera Cinemas: For art films

The Century Theatres Domes (Centuries 21, 22, 23): For Hollywood blockbusters

The Stanford Theatre: For classics

My critical buddies

Metro Film Reviews: Metro is the beloved independent newsweekly of San Jose, CA. The head film critic, Richard Von Busack, is a damn fine writer.

Palo Alto Online Film Reviews: Jeanne not only has a sharp critical eye, but she can also kick all of our asses with her combat training. Her reviews can be found at the above link, or at www.aufmuth.com.

Celluloid Dreams on KSJS radio: Film professionals--actors, directors, writers, producers--regularly tell Tim Sika that he was the best interviewer to whom they spoke on their Bay Area press tours. His public affairs radio show—engineered by Larry Jakubecz—airs every Monday night at 5pm on 90.5 FM in San Jose, CA.

Steve Rhodes's Internet Reviews: With the exception of Roger Ebert, Steve is perhaps the most prolific film writer on the planet!

FanboyPlanet.com: Another cool cat is Derek McCaw, who blogs up storms about the latest in genre entertainment. He of the mighty chortle always has the lowdown...check it out.

GOATMILK: An intellectual playground edited by Wajahat Ali: Waj is an old friend and colleague of mine (OK, a former student...) with a razor-sharp wit and a social conscience.  Here you can read an interview with Howard Zinn one day and a review of The Incredible Hulk the next. Awesome.

Scene Unseen: My old friend Chris (OK, another former student) is half—along with Jimmy—of the offbeat, irreverent movie reviewing team behind Scene Unseen, a popular podcast featuring sarcastic bickering, excellent production, and a novel twist: each film discussed has only been seen by one of the two chatters. Subscriptions are free for this iTunes Exclusive Podcast, so head on over and check it out!