“Hey baby, nobody suffers like the poor.” He’s been called the “laureate of American lowlife” – and this classic photo by Mark Hanauer captures the intensity and bravado of one of America’s greatest Writers, Charles Bukowski! Let’s Have A Drink… Read More ›
As Deadline.com reported yesterday: A North Bergen, NJ high school play depicting the classic sci-fi film Alien got a surprise visit Friday from the star of the original film, Sigourney Weaver. Appearing at an encore performance of Alien: The Play… Read More ›
“Alien” The Play! I want to pay tribute to a group of high schoolers who staged a production of the sci-fi horror classic “Alien!” A group of industrious high schoolers took the classic film from a movie theater and into… Read More ›
Brilliant “Carrie!” #31DaysOfHalloween! Brian DePalma’s Horror Classic With A “Star Wars” Connection!
Time For A Halloween Horror Classic! Finishing up #31daysofhalloween on a cinematic high note, with the second greatest horror film ever made. More than a great horror film, “Carrie” is a beautifully made movie, which began as a Stephen King… Read More ›
The Body As A Painted Work Of Art! What a great expression of creativity and color! The Daegu International Bodypainting Festival was held last month in Daegu, South Korea. The theme this year was all about “love” with a focus… Read More ›
“My Kid Could Paint That!” The Latest Update On This Terrific Documentary! Artist Marla Olmstead Was A Child Prodigy – Or Was She?
A Beautiful Work Of Art! Painted By A 4-Year Old! It was one of the biggest stories in the art world a decade ago: beautiful paintings created by a 4 year old – but was it true? An acclaimed documentary… Read More ›
Talk About A Tough Lady! Dressed fully in black and carrying a sharp knife, this is one of the greatest action heroes that America’s NEVER HEARD OF! Time to share a “J-sploitation” film series that combines action, violence and “women… Read More ›