Let’s make this short and simple.
I’m Andy Crump. I’m a film critic. I’ve been writing film criticism for the web since 2009, when I created A Constant Visual Feast as a space for sharing my thoughts on film – contemporary, classic, experimental, mainstream, independent, genre-focused, and all the like. Since this blog went online five years ago, I’ve gone on to write for other outlets, the first of them being Go, See, Talk!, a Dallas-based blog whose tremendous, wonderful founder and operator put me in touch with the press and raised my little side career to the next level. I hate that cliche, but in this case, that cliche happens to be true.
I’ve changed a lot in the last half a decade, and so has my blog. Currently, I use ACVF as an online portfolio for my work, though I’m not above publishing original pieces here when opportunity demands. Most of my writing can be found at Paste Magazine’s Movie and TV sections; Screen Rant; Movie Mezzanine; and Birth.Movies.Death (nee Badass Digest). I hope to continue expanding my audience as well as my publication outlets.
Feel free to peruse, share, and comment on my writing, whether directly on ACVF or on the sites that publish it. And please enjoy.