Robert Horton is a Seattle film critic who writes for a newspaper (The Herald, in Everett, Wa.), Film Comment magazine, and regularly talks about movies for KUOW-FM and The Seattle Channel. He has written a book-length study of the 1931Frankenstein (upcoming from Wallflower Press) and a collection, Billy Wilder: Interviews, and his work has been selected for Best American Movie Writing 1999. He runs a lecture-discussion series on film for the Frye Art Museum.
Lately he has been tending his website, The Crop Duster, which is not at all an egomaniacal exercise in corralling his various published work and jotting down his daily thoughts.