One: A brutally candid Kevin Smith is interviewed by New York about his recent and upcoming work. I’m glad to hear that Red State is still likely to be made at some point, as I’ve been eager to see it ever since it was announced.
Two: Following one honest interview with another: Jeremy Bolen talks to Tiny Mix Tapes about the breakup of Chin Up Chin Up. (Which reminds me that I’ve been meaning to write something in this space about the new Vacations EP.)
Three: At The House Next Door, Todd VanDerWerff discusses the merits (and flaws) of Dollhouse, which — for me — has gone from flawed to deeply compelling, unsettling science fiction over the course of its first season. (And I’m glad to hear that it’ll be back for a second.)
Four: In which various folks affiliated with Wired (past and present) discuss the magazine’s shift online and the tensions it created. The article is worth a read, but the comments add a lot of context and debate to the discussion.