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Ian Casselberry is a freelance writer, currently based in Asheville, NC. He is an editor at The Comeback and Awful Announcing

Previously, he has been a contributing writer for Yahoo! Sports' Big League Stew, MLive.com and SB Nation. In addition, he was a lead baseball writer for Bleacher Report. 

You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook, where he craves your attention.

He still plans to write that novel someday. 

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Thursday
Mar172016

The last 10 films I've seen

I'm trying to keep something current on this here website, even if it's just a list of movies I've watched recently (inspired by Film Comment's regular feature at the beginning of each month's magazine).

Doing weekly reviews for ESPN Asheville (1310 and 970 AM, and 97.3 FM locally) every Wednesday will at least keep me going to the movies regularly. And helping with a little content here. 

With that, here are the last 10 films I've seen (with links to reviews I wrote), as of March 15, 2016. 

The Program - Stephen Frears, 2016 
Guardians of the Galaxy - James Gunn, 2014 
10 Cloverfield Lane - Dan Trachtenberg, 2016
Triple 9 - John Hillcoat, 2016
Eddie the Eagle - Dexter Fletcher, 2016
The Witch - Robert Eggers, 2016
Race - Stephen Hopkins, 2016
Deadpool - Tim Miller, 2016
Hail, Caesar! - Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, 2016
The Finest Hours - Craig Gillespie, 2016

Not much "recreational" movie watching this time around, as almost everything I watched was for a review, other than another viewing of Guardians of the Galaxy while cruising Starz on cable. And we're getting to the time of year when I'll be watching baseball in the evenings, so that might be the case for a few months. 

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