Film critics be sayin' he's "flash, mise-en-scene, throes"/I'm from the hood, stupid/ What kind of theories are those?/If you grew up with schmoes in your meaty roles/ You'd be celebratin' the day you be gettin' some flow.
Henry J. Baugh has written for EInsiders and the now-defunct conspiratorial collective of film-centric writing known as Gone Cinema Poaching, in addition to the semi-regular blog he maintains at The Filmist. He has also submitted several articles to Bright Lights Film Journal, but they've stopped returning his emails. Open for business.
Aaron Schoenke proves that he's got the visual prowess to take on the Batman character, in spades. Narratively, that's another matter.
Peter Stebbing's Defendor marks itself out among the wealth of recent "superhero deconstruction" films, through a strong sense of emotion.