Noel Murray is a freelance critic based in Arkansas, who’s been writing about movies, TV, music, comics and more for over 30 years, for the likes of The A.V. Club, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and Rolling Stone.
The focus seems to be slipping further and further from the games people have actually tuned in to watch
The critically acclaimed ‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ is part of a fine tradition of hybrids that are part reality, part classic movie storytelling
From sci-fi to horror, from John Carpenter to Gus Van Sant, whatever the genre, the sun is more than capable of being the ultimate bad guy