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All content by Tom Horgen

Cinematic specificity

by Tom Horgen
Published April 28, 2005

Means of Production

by Tom Horgen
Published April 21, 2005

Apartment of flying daggers

by Tom Horgen
Published April 21, 2005

Original, mortal and deadly

by Tom Horgen
Published April 7, 2005

Riding rap’s high horse

by Tom Horgen
Published February 17, 2005

All that heaven allows

by Tom Horgen
Published February 10, 2005

Eyes on the prizes

by Tom Horgen
Published February 3, 2005

Send lawyers, guns and money

by Tom Horgen
Published January 27, 2005

Some desperate glory

by Tom Horgen
Published January 20, 2005

Seduction of the innocent

by Tom Horgen
Published December 9, 2004

Making movie magic from scratch

by Tom Horgen
Published December 2, 2004

He watch channel zero

by Tom Horgen
Published November 18, 2004

Lewd did I live & evil I did dwell

by Tom Horgen
Published November 11, 2004

What’ll we do without him?

by Tom Horgen
Published November 4, 2004

Elvis ain’t a hero to Mos

by Tom Horgen
Published October 21, 2004

Ahead of its time

by Tom Horgen
Published October 14, 2004

What would Jean do?

by Tom Horgen
Published September 30, 2004

Phantoms in the darkness

by Tom Horgen
Published September 23, 2004

Fighting for the right to fight

by Tom Horgen
Published September 16, 2004

Revenge of the cyborgs

by Tom Horgen
Published September 16, 2004

Three years in the life of

by Tom Horgen
Published September 9, 2004

Laser light legacy

by Tom Horgen
Published May 6, 2004

A call to arms

by Tom Horgen
Published May 6, 2004

Walking through the darkness

by Tom Horgen
Published April 29, 2004

How the other half gazes

by Tom Horgen
Published April 29, 2004

If there is a film-nerd heaven

by Tom Horgen
Published April 22, 2004

Old scratch

by Tom Horgen
Published April 15, 2004

Rap is not afraid of you

by Tom Horgen
Published April 15, 2004

Cut deep down the middle

by Tom Horgen
Published April 8, 2004

Presence

by Tom Horgen
Published April 8, 2004

Yoshino’s Barber Shop

by Tom Horgen
Published April 1, 2004

Seeing in the dark

by Tom Horgen
Published April 1, 2004

Pirated Copy

by Tom Horgen
Published April 1, 2004

The guy who knows everything

by Tom Horgen
Published March 25, 2004

Resistance to tyrants

by Tom Horgen
Published March 25, 2004

The loneliest number

by Tom Horgen
Published March 11, 2004

Chasing light

by Tom Horgen
Published March 11, 2004

Dominance and submission

by Tom Horgen
Published March 4, 2004

Better must come

by Tom Horgen
Published March 4, 2004

Unto a good land

by Tom Horgen
Published March 4, 2004

Known for dropping science

by Tom Horgen
Published February 26, 2004

Three bums and a baby

by Tom Horgen
Published February 19, 2004

The way the system works

by Tom Horgen
Published February 19, 2004

McNamara’s wall

by Tom Horgen
Published February 12, 2004

Dancing the plot away

by Tom Horgen
Published February 12, 2004

Crises on the high seas

by Tom Horgen
Published February 5, 2004

A stranger from the north

by Tom Horgen
Published February 5, 2004

Drawn together

by Tom Horgen
Published January 29, 2004

Persistence of vision

by Tom Horgen
Published January 22, 2004

It hurts too much to cry

by Tom Horgen
Published January 22, 2004

A labyrinth of pain

by Tom Horgen
Published January 22, 2004

Pick your poison

by Tom Horgen
Published December 11, 2003

Nothing is free

by Tom Horgen
Published December 11, 2003

Beyond black and white

by Tom Horgen
Published December 4, 2003

Honor among thieves

by Tom Horgen
Published December 4, 2003

The man who wasn’t there

by Tom Horgen
Published November 26, 2003

Shall he return?

by Tom Horgen
Published November 20, 2003

Tales from the crypt

by Tom Horgen
Published November 20, 2003

Hip-hop thunder shakes the cities

by Tom Horgen
Published November 13, 2003

Welcome to the real world, baby

by Tom Horgen
Published November 13, 2003

Too clever by half

by Tom Horgen
Published November 6, 2003

The ways of the world

by Tom Horgen
Published November 6, 2003

Poetry in motion

by Tom Horgen
Published October 30, 2003

On the road again

by Tom Horgen
Published October 30, 2003

Is different new? Is new good?

by Tom Horgen
Published October 23, 2003

Drowning in cliches

by Tom Horgen
Published October 23, 2003

Breaking into the movies

by Tom Horgen
Published October 16, 2003

Going back to the roots

by Tom Horgen
Published October 16, 2003

Melodrama gold

by Tom Horgen
Published October 9, 2003

Fun at the expense of others

by Tom Horgen
Published October 2, 2003

Through the looking-glass

by Tom Horgen
Published October 2, 2003

With fiends like these

by Tom Horgen
Published September 25, 2003

Art films, indies and more

by Tom Horgen
Published September 18, 2003

There’s a battle outside ragin’

by Tom Horgen
Published September 11, 2003

The woods are lovely, dark and deep

by Tom Horgen
Published September 11, 2003

In a New York state of mind

by Tom Horgen
Published February 13, 2003

8 Miles High and Rising

by Tom Horgen
Published November 14, 2002

He the Deejay

by Tom Horgen
Published October 10, 2002

All’s Welles that Ends Welles

by Tom Horgen
Published September 26, 2002

Slug loves Christina Ricci

by Tom Horgen
Published September 19, 2002
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