Wrote a critical essay for the Chasing Amy
(1997) Criterion Collection DVD.
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[on involving himself with online podcasts] If I'm a white noise in your life, if I'm this background voice that's comforting to know it's there, I could go a lot farther than I ever could've gone with film. I can go weird places with you - in the bathroom, on the bus on the worst plane ride of your life. You can't demand that the audience do 'appointment viewing' anymore. You have to make it as ...
Pitched a superhero movie to Miramax in 1999 and Miramax chairman Harvey Weinstein
loved it. It was described as a "Justice League" type of superhero team that has to disband because of the government. Once on their own, the film would follow the same type of format used in Pulp Fiction
(1994) which would be stories inter-connected. In the end, the team would have to unite to defeat one of their ...
References Hockey in all of his films: Clerks
(1994): Dante closes the store to play hockey; Mallrats
(1995): Renee breaks up with Brodie because he is playing Sega Hockey; Chasing Amy
(1997): Holden and Alyssa break up at a hockey game; Dogma
(1999): Azrael's imp sidekicks are dressed as hockey players and carry hockey sticks.