It's a late night for this guy and I'm pouring my usual film websites over and over again wanting some iota of new substance to read. I inhale in film like a fat hipster inhales gluten-free brownies, so my appetite needs to be sated, especially when I have an internet addiction that makes me click over the same five sites every three minutes.
A great meal for learning (at least for me) is reading Film Crit Hulk's essays. I absolutely love and adore them, especially given the fact that he's doing it in a prose style that lets you know that, at the end of the day, movies are just movies. His screenwriting 101 spends more time on the theory of the craft, which is something that is sorely lacking in the classes I've taken.
But there are only so many pages of FCH. I need more. I know I should probably try some Pauline Kael, but what's a good starting point? Furthermore, what are your favorite film essays you've read?