Doctor Who: Option Lock (1998) by Justin Richards

Another fairly unmemorable entry in the series, no bizarre misguided lapses into the continuity (The Eight Doctors), the past (Genocide), logic and reason (War of the Daleks), but no truly strong characterisation and unique tone (Vampire Science) or sheer creativity (Alien Bodies). It fascinates me how the highest of high stakes in this sort of…

Film as a Subversive Art (1974) by Amos Vogel

A fantastic resource, one I’ll enjoy returning to many times. As is, I’ve learned a lot from the lines of thinking Vogel proposes, and the connections he draws between various cinematic concepts and works, but lack familiarity with a lot of the specifics works themselves…I look forward to a reread where I try and track…