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Author Archives: Pat Padua

Pat Padua is a writer, photographer, native Washingtonian, and Oxford comma defender. The Washington Post called him "a talented, if quirky, photographer." Pat has also contributed to the All Music Guide, Cinescene, and DCist, where he is currently senior film critic.

Art Review (NYC): Jonny Fenix at Leo Kesting Gallery

The art that we deserve: Fenix's "Michael's Jacksons" and more. Read More »

Meta-Grief and the Celebrity Mourner

I come not to praise the common man but to bury the celebrity. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Tis Autumn – The Search for Jackie Paris

Raymond De Felitta's bittersweet documentary is a fine introduction to an unheralded jazz singer. Read More »

Movie Review: A Rat Done Bit My Sister Nell, and Space Buddies On the Moon!

Space Buddies, the latest entry in Disney’s storied talking-dog franchise, offers a cruel vision of contemporary dystopia. Read More »

TV Review: That’s No Ladies of the House, That’s My Wife!

Three women are tasked with fixing up a run-down house to raise money for their church. Read More »

Movie Review: Bigfoot Terror – You’re Just A Sensuous Bigfoot

A look at some of the cryptozoological-themed viewing available for the Sasquatch-hungry home. Read More »