Fractured Synthesis: The Blender Aesthetic of Outsider filmmaker Bob Moricz in Bright Lights Film Journal Issue #74 November 2011
“… freakish, wrong and weirdly compelling stuff.” The Oregonian 5.26.11
“… a prime example of raw, DIY filmmaking.” PALACE OF STAINS and BUMPS reviewed in Shock Cinema #39.
From Willamette Week’s review of 2010 Portland Underground Film Festival. Vol. 36/31 06.09.2010
Bright Lights reviews PALACE OF STAINS. Scroll down until you see this picture:
Quenton Hamlin in PALACE OF STAINS
Badlit reviews BUMPS.
My letter to the editor.
BUMPS reviewed on PDXpipeline.
“…if I ever suspect that I myself might be with child, I can save my zygote the trouble of developing fully and exiting my birth canal to find itself in the kind of world where Bob Moricz is allowed to make movies.”
BUMPS reviewed in The Oregonian.
The Violent World of Bob Moricz.
First Look: BUMPS.
PALACE OF STAINS in Underground Film Guide.
Bob Moricz Online Shorts.
Filmmmakers Post Videos, too.
Underground Video: Spanish Style.
PALACE OF STAINS is the “worst movie I’ve ever seen.”
PUFF: Keeping Portland Weird.
Jeffrey Callison NPR Interview number two.
Spree! All the way to Portland.
Underground movies and the vaginal eye.
Jeffrey Callison interview on NPR Insight.
Six degrees of Moricz separation.
Sacramento News and Review cover story.
Stain Leaves Its Mark in the Sacramento State Hornet (offline).
Interview on retrocrush.com podcast episode 069.
KDVS interview March 18, 2006 (offline)
PALACE OF STAINS on trashfilmorgy.com (offline)
Kabinet interview, October 2005. (offline)
Alternative Visions on Arts Alive program, KVIE public television.
Films From the Underground in Sacramento News and Review.
MOML in ZMDB
October 29, 2004 – Sacramento Bee Article on The Midnight Of My Life (offline)
Best combination of folk songs and horror flicks: the music of Bob Barango in SNR.
Nick Zedd interviewed by Bob Moricz
The Making of BRAINBOX on Fireland.com
Kash House Meat Cleavage reviewed in MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL #207.
Shock Cinema (issue #17) reviews Brainbox, Kash House Meat Cleavage, and Rich Little Richard III Versus The Crack Whore Marine Corps