One HEAT Minute: Episode #141 - KYLE TURNER (WRITER/FILM CRITIC FOR PASTE MOVIES, SLATE, NEW YORK TIMES)
ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 L.A crime epic HEAT minute by minute. It's the 141st minute (2:20:00 -2:21:00) - host Blake Howard joins writer and film critic for Paste Movies, Slate and New York Times (and more) Kyle Turner. Blake and Kyle talk about loving HEAT despite the weird encounters he'd had with HEAT fans prior to being a part of the show, the degrees of Vincent's disappointment and loss in Pacino's contained performance before going off the deep end and fantasy casting a HEAT musical.
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Hi, I’m Kyle Turner, and I like writing, mostly about movies. I started writing about movies on my blog The Movie Scene in 2007, and started writing on the Internet for other folks in 2010. I’ve been freelancing for about two years now, but my back pain says 20. I’ve written on films old and new, queer cinema and issues of identity politics, music, and music videos. I do it for the prestige.
Outlets: Paste Movies, Vice, Slate, Village Voice (RIP), Playboy, Movie Mezzanine (RIP)Movie Mezzanine, Flavorwire, IndieWire’s /Bent, Under the Radar Magazine, Sound on Sight, Brooklyn Magazine, Harlot Magazine, Film School Rejects, MUBI, The Film Stage