April 2007 Archives
A bit of Krautrock, a bit of Ramones, a bit of Sufjan, and a whole lot of Mies Van Der Rohe. Well, why not?April 17, 2007 More Rock Snobbery »
Grindhouse is such a Film Snob-friendly entertainment that more than one reviewer, including this one, has led off his review of the film with our definition of the term “grindhouse” from The Film Snob’s Dictionary.
In the interest of upholding the banner of Film Snobbery, Lawrence Levi, the city-rat half of the Film Snob brain trust–born and raised in Manhattan when Manhattan had an authentic middle class–attempted to revisit the scuzzy thrillz of his youth by seeing the Tarantino-Rodriguez homage-sploitation epic in a midtown theater on what was once known, in the Abe Beame years, as “the Deuce.” Go to Lawrence’s blog, Looker, to read his verdict.April 13, 2007 More Film Snobbery »
It’s not coming out ’til October, but The Food Snob’s Dictionary is already splashed out across Broadway Books’s fall catalog with a brief Snob Aptitude quiz. Because you are not, in all likelihood, a bookseller who gets catalogs from publishers, we thought we’d share the quiz–and test your Food Snob knowledge.
1. Chino Farm is...
2. Escoffier is...
3. Humboldt Fog is defined as...