@Hidden_Films

  • @Hidden_Films
    11 February, 2016

    @JimPethokoukis he doesn't have the charm of Rodney Dangerfield's left pinky

  • @Hidden_Films
    10 February, 2016

    caught Rene Clair's "Le silence est d'or" at @MoMAFilm last week. found out the American version had nonstop narration. i prefer the French

  • @Hidden_Films
    4 February, 2016

    watching this movie now as part of my project on Wisconsin-set sci-fi master Bill Rebane: https://t.co/M1KHVmsPAa

  • @Hidden_Films
    1 February, 2016

    on "James White": great to see a film that's 100% exposition-free. a rare phenomenon. less thrilled it becomes a tearjerker (if a raw one)

  • @Hidden_Films
    30 January, 2016

    Prior to watching Joe Don Baker's "Final Justice," I'd never anyone say "Go ahead on." Now, I've heard it 35 times. https://t.co/KhRaAb5Za2

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Sam Weisberg

Sam Weisberg

Sam Weisberg has been writing film reviews/features articles for the Village Voice since 2013, and has submitted entertainment stories to Spin, L Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, Screen Comment, Raw Story, and other publications. He runs a blog, Hidden Films, dedicated to tracking down and interviewing the directors of obscure movies. He plays guitar and sings a little, and has played Husker Du, Young Marble Giants and surf rock tribute shows, as well as performed with the bands Worst Case Ontario, Calotype and Giggle the Ozone.

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