Tom Carson won two National Magazine Awards during his stint as Esquire's "Screen" columnist and has been nominated twice more as GQ's movie reviewer. Formerly a staff writer at LA Weekly and The Village Voice, he is the author of Gilligan's Wake (a New York Times Notable Book of the Year for 2003) and Daisy Buchanan's Daughter.
The fates of the stars of 1964's The World of Henry Orient say much about the decade in which they came of age.Tom CarsonMar 28, 2014
In Five Came Back, Mark Harris takes a look at the directors who turned propaganda into high art.Tom CarsonMar 11, 2014
When you buy a ticket to a movie called Pompeii, expecting art or even brains would be fatuous; what you want is a good time. Sue me for confessing I had one.Tom CarsonFeb 21, 2014