Focusing on local news, arts, business, and events, West End Word covers “City Living From The Arch To The Innerbelt.” I was hired by the editor in 2004 to review movies when I was finishing up my time living in St. Louis.

My father allowed my brother and me to watch two types of movies when we were in our nascent stages – ones that he approved (James Bond and Alfred Hitchcock) and ones that were age appropriate (which left us to animated things to fight over like G.I. Joe, Transformers, and He-Man). Needless to say, I loved movies. I love movies. This was a dream gig.


West End Word movie reviews


West End Word

What I Did

Wrote movie reviews

Talkin ’bout My Generation: Garden State Asks What Home Means to Aimless Gen X’ers

“De-Lovely” Overemphasizes Cole Porter’s Homosexuality

Taking Aim: Maverick Filmmaker Michael Moore Takes On The Bush Administration

Teens and Adults Will Enjoy Charms of “13 Going On 30”