I am an independent film critic from New Orleans, LA. I've been writing since 2011, and recently became a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association. I currently write for DIG Baton Rouge Magazine, Movieboozer.com and my blog billreviews.us.
While naming a favorite film of all time is difficult (it's an ever evolving thought), I always come back to "Apocalypse Now", for its boldness of vision, scale, and troubled production history vs. executed final cut.
Always on top of topics and trends within the film community, I can report on and criticize any and all movies tasked with, and have it turned in quickly.
I look forward to working with anyone and everyone on this new platform!
The NEW Days of NOLA Cinema: A Q&A — Bill Reviews
An Indirect Hit: “13 Hours” gets right something it didn’t mean to — Bill Reviews
The Shape of Water
Occupy the Cinema: Economic Hardship in "The Florida Project" and "Good Time"
Occupy the Cinema: Confederate Statues Get the Documentary Treatment In New Orleans
Occupy the Cinema: A Super Pig and Mankind's Future In Dystopian "Okja"