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A Useful Guide That Will Help You Become A Successful Film Producer

Are you a film buff with an incredible passion for the arts? Have you been trying to decide what to do for a career and this passion keeps driving you back to considering film studies? Have you always been drawn to the arts and film, no matter how many people tell you to choose otherwise? […]

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The Tarantino Phenomenon or Why Are His Films So Successful?

Quentin Tarantino is one of the most prominent and most renowned filmmakers and directors of all time. His movies are often highly anticipated, and they never disappoint because they end up with very high ratings. He is a skilled writer and director who draws from previous movies’ themes and subjects to create a new storyline. […]

Exclusive Movie Interview with Luz writer-director Jon Garcia

Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing writer-director Jon Garcia about his latest film, Luz.  It’s a love story about two men who meet in prison.  We discuss the Oscar-winning film that inspired Luz, the use of real inmates in the film, the unique shooting location, the subplot that got cut, the movie he made […]

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Sundance Festival Movie Review – Summer of Soul (…Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson presented his anticipated directorial debut on opening night of the Sundance Film Festival.  The movie documents the Harlem Cultural Festival that took place over six weekends in the summer of 1969.  This was the same summer as Woodstock. The Harlem Cultural Festival featured performances that were just as amazing and significant.  The […]

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Once more, with freeness: San Diego Comic Con 2021 hosts 2nd Free Online Convention due to Covid

Greetings, fellow geeks and con-lovers! I wrote up the salient points about the 2021 San Diego International Comic Con for you, in an easy to read format (especially if you’re all DR:TL about the press release I posted underneath). DEETS: San Diego 2021 [email protected] Like last year, it’s free to virtually attend (No LINES!) Like […]

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Sundance 2021 Festival Movie Review – On the Count of Three

My Favorite Movie at Sundance This was my favorite movie at Sundance this year.  It has a dark premise and comes with a major trigger warning. (Seriously, if you’re thinking of harming yourself please use the crisis text line instead of seeing this film, or even reading the rest of this review).  But I found […]

Indie Documentary Review – Clapboard Jungle: Surviving the Independent Film Business

I’m assuming that, like me, you’ve seen more than your fair share of films. And, yes, I know that when you start assuming you make an ass of you and ming… or something like that. I find that there are times when a film may be less than fully captivating and your concentration might start […]

Exclusive Interview With Documentary Producer Darcy Weir – Director of Volcanic UFO Mysteries

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing producer Darcy Weir, whose latest documentary focuses on the relationship between UFO sightings and Latin American volcanoes.  We had a fascinating discussion about UFOs, extraterrestrials, alien abductions, artificial intelligence, the singularity, Space X, secret space programs, nuclear weapon issues, underground military bases, crop circles, and so much more. Weir […]

Indie Movie Review: HAM – A Musical Memoir

If you’re like me, you’ve missed live theater during the pandemic.  You watched Hamilton and you’re looking forward to Netflix’s adaptation of The Prom.  May I suggest a one-man show that may not be on your radar yet?  It’s called HAM: A Musical Memoir and it’s playing in virtual theaters now.  Starting January 7, it […]

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Current & Upcoming Blumhouse Horror Releases

Blumhouse is a company known for producing popular, low-budget horror films (Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Happy Death Day, Get Out, and most recently The Invisible Man).  So whenever they come out with a new title, it’s worth taking note.  While Blumhouse certainly produces things other than horror flicks (Whiplash, BlacKKKlansman, and The Normal Heart — […]

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