Bob Etier

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Articles: 880
First Published: Oct 01, 2010 / Last Published: Jan 07, 2013
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Two words describe Bob Etier: "female" and "weird." Like many freelance writers, there's something about her that isn't quite right. Read her stuff and find out what.

Bob Etier's articles

  1. January 7, 2013

    Sparky Lights Up Home Screens January 8
    Does the full-length Frankenweenie do justice to the original short?
  2. November 6, 2012

    Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) Disappoints
    History prefers legends to men.
    in Film
  3. Perplexed by Vexed (2010)
    British police comedy, VEXED, is now in America on DVD.
  4. Injustice (2011) Questions Situational Ethics
    INJUSTICE, now on DVD, examines "slippery slopes"
  5. October 22, 2012

    Remembering the Cuban Missile Crisis, Tuesday, October 23, on PBS
    Visit a time when “the world came so close to World War III and mutually assured destruction.”
    in TV
  6. October 10, 2012

    Unfinished Spaces (2011) Explores the National Art Schools, Cuba
    Rediscover a visionary architectural masterpiece—Cuba’s ambitious yet neglected National Art Schools project.
    in TV
  7. October 9, 2012

    KidVid: Scholastic Releases My First Collection – Volume 4
    Fill the screen—and your child’s imagination—with robots, toys, and a curious garden.
  8. October 8, 2012

    Take a Pythonesque Peek at a Scandal: Holy Flying Circus (2011)
    Monty Python debates an Anglican bishop and Malcolm Muggeridge. Oddly, Monty Python was the most reasonable.
  9. Unedited UK Edition: New Tricks – Season 8 Now on DVD
    Britain’s highest-rated TV drama—NEW TRICKS—is back on DVD with Season 8.
  10. Dark and Cruel, The Crimson Petal and the White Is Sensational British Costume Drama
    The Crimson Petal and the White, now on DVD, is based on the internationally best-selling novel by Michel Faber. It is a gorgeous production.