The Times’: And the Star’s: She’s not “accused.” She’s caught. Oh, and also, it’s clear that this only matters because of who her boyfriend is. And just in case she decides to edit it, here’s the screenshot I took this morning, with the passages that have been lifted directly from my review highlighted: I think it’s pretty clear that my style and the complexity of my thoughts here are radically different from her writing, even the writing she uses to string together my thoughts in this piece alone.previous: Saturday, July 13, 2013: I’m sick of this shit, and it’s time to start publicly shaming the wrongdoers. It’s also plain she has no idea what I’m saying (or what makes the movie as radical as it is) with this: No: “flowers and candy” is the false idea about what teen girls fantasize about that this film is blasting away.First Example The July 9, 2013 piece, "'Suspiria' with Barbara Magnolfi," pieced together sections of original writing along with chunks from is Dario Argento’s best film (some of you may not feel the same, but I stand behind my choice), and one of the most atmospheric and artistic films ever made in the horror genre.
She's also a big fan of Tarantino's "collage style" of art.It’s also obvious that she has cut-and-pasted my writing. MORE: Apparently Spiderbaby is a serial plagiarist: see this piece at Impossible Funky. No one is an accidental plagiarist, and no one who plagiarizes stops until they are caught. UPDATE: As of pm GDT, her site is back, but not the review she plagiarized from me.In the bit highlighted in red, she’s missed the closing parentheses — or forgotten to delete the opening one. (Johanson’s essay on the subject is currently 404ing at Bleeding Cool.Johanson says she’s “trying to find out WTF”; still no response from Bleeding Cool.