Ed Johnson-Ott writes for Nuvo Newsweekly in Indianapolis. A quote of
his about _Trekkies_ was run in the national ad. Last night his colleague
told me he was gay (though it wan't a surprise), but I don't remember why
she told me that. Maybe it was when we were discussing that I'd read in
_Video Watchdog_ that those who knew James Whale think he would have been
outraged at the camp excesses of _Gods and Monsters_, which was so poorly
marketed here I didn't get to see it (it played for two weels with ads
pointing to the wrong theatre).
> of the loop, but I've never heard of him.
I always thought it was kind of silly attaching some of the most artistic
cinematic work compared to an aesthetic regarded with scorn.
> I agree that "MTV style" is very vague. Todd Haynes went on
> record complaining about uses of the term by conventional
> critics to bash anything with avant garde leanings.
Certainly, but the style of editing and use of crosscutting may influence
> If it's a synonym for "rapid edits," then it's terribly
> misapplied to _Elizabeth_.
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