A Clockwork Orange, by Albert W. Vogt III

When researching my doctoral dissertation, The Costumed Catholic: Catholics, Whiteness, and the Movies, 1928-1973(2013), my quest for information brought me to Georgetown University.  In the special collections department of their library are the papers of Martin Quigley, a sort of early film critic who published a few semi-influential periodicals on the motion picture industry.  I found myself pouring… Read more “A Clockwork Orange, by Albert W. Vogt III”

Blade Runner 2049, by Albert W. Vogt III

Previous attempts at watching Blade Runner (1982) have all ended in failure.  As a self-proclaimed cinephile, should I feel ashamed by the fact that I cannot seem to get through this classic piece of science fiction?  Who is to say?  I am sure someone will, anyway.  Hence, my recollection of the original consists of fragments of the film.  I know that Harrison… Read more “Blade Runner 2049, by Albert W. Vogt III”