Breaking the Waves: Breaking the Rules, The Criterion Collection
The Thin Red Line: This Side of Paradise, The Criterion Collection
Schizoanalysing the Informant, in The Philosophy of Steven Soderbergh, ed. Palmer, pp213-231.
Spellbound in Darkness: Shyamalan’s Epistemological Twitch, Spoiler Warnings, ed. Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock.
The Thin Red Line: This Side of Paradise. DVD Essay, The Criterion Collection, The Thin Red Line.
Lubitsch in Berlin: Fairy Tales, Melodramas & Sex Comedies, Cineaste, Fall 2010.
Film Festivals: Then and Now, Undercurrent 6 (4.2010)
The Destruction that Wasteth at Noonday: Hitchcock’s Atheology, Hitchcock Annual 16 (pdf), September 2010.
A Shadow Poet: Michael Haneke, From the Arthouse to the Grindhouse, eds. Rob Weiner and John Cline. August 2010.
Psycho Analyzed, Moving Image Source, March 2, 2010.
Screening the Politics out of the Iraq War, Counterpunch, July 2009.
Spielberg, Iconophobia, and the Mimetic Uncanny, New Review of Film and Television Studies, March 2009
Faith! Family! Films! And the Crystal Teddy Goes to…, Huffington Post, 12 January 2009.
Film, Philosophy, and Terrence Malick’s The New World, Undercurrent, issue 2, 2009.
Everything Is Cinema, Cineaste 34:1, Winter 2008.
Do Film Critics Have a Future? Who Cares? Huffington Post, 31 October 2008.
Four Films by Alain Resnais, Cineaste, Fall 2008.
Class Relations, Cineaste, Summer 2008.
Cinema 16 Cineaste, Spring 2008.
He Cuts Heads: Spike Lee and the New York Experience, City That Never Sleeps, ed. Murray Pomerance, Rutgers UP 2007.
DVD Access to the Avant-Garde, The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 2006.
Film, Philosophy, and Terrence Malick’s New World, The Chronicle of Higher Education 52:18, 6 January 2006.
Playing on our Fears: Steven Spielberg and War of the Worlds, Beliefnet, Summer 2005.
An Inspired Collection Honors a Founder of the Indie Movement, The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 14, 2005.
Offbeat Directors’ Sophistication Isn’t Always Accompanied by Emotional Maturity, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 12, 2004.
Mike Leigh, the Personal and Political, The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 10, 2004.
Touching the Void in Our Lives (with Mikita Brottman), The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 13, 2004.
Allegory and Enigma: Fantasy’s Enduring Appeal (with Mikita Brottman), The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 13, 2003.
‘Spider’ Reveals a More Nuanced Cronenberg (with Mikita Brottman), The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 31, 2003.
Godardiana: A Reply to Marcia Landy, Film-Philosophy 6:31, September 2002.
Bressonians on Bresson, Film-Philosophy 5:21, July 2001.
Coppola, ‘Apocalypse Now,’ and the Ambivalent 70′s, The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 3, 2001.
Thanatos Ex Machina: Godard Caresses the Dead, Senses of Cinema, January 2001.
Hollywood’s Metaphors (with Mikita Brottman),The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 28, 2001.
Monty Python: Lust for Glory (with Lucille Rhodes), Cineaste 26.4 Fall, 18-23: 2001.
How ‘Festival Overload Syndrome’ Affects Critics, The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 8, 2000.
Breathless’ Was Hyperactive Anarchy, The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 7, 2000.
Permanent Ghosts: Cinephilia in the Age of Internet and Video, Senses of Cinema, April 2000.
Speaking and Writing about Godard: A Response to Nochimson and Sutton, Film-Philosophy 4:8, March 2000.
Renaldo & Clara Meet John Cage, Senses of Cinema 5, March 2000.
Words and Meaning in the Age of Images, Columbia University Magazine, March 2000.
Irréversible, (with Mikita Brottman), Film Quarterly, Winter 2003-2004, 27.2, 37-42.
Kerouac, Artaud, and the Baroque Period of the Three Stooges, Mosaic 31:4, December 1998.