Enter the Dragon – Review of Famous Martial Arts Movies

Enter the Dragon is probably the best and the most popular martial arts movies of all times. More importantly, this was the last movie by the martial arts legend Bruce Lee.

Guest Stars on the Twilight Zone

I love The Twilight Zone! As a TV fan, I cannot get enough of the Twilight Zone. The show keeps you sitting on the edge of your chair. It is television gold, and has some of the most interesting stories. This may be one reason why it has achieved classic status. The fact that it is in black and white, adds to its mystery and creepiness. The Twilight Zone is still considered one of the best television shows of all times.

Marion Cotillard to Be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards

Each fall, Hollywood studio executives trot out their most dramatic films in the hope that they are fresh on the minds of voters once awards season starts. That awards season gets an early start each October when the Hollywood Film Awards are held in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Film Awards may not be as well-known as the Academy Awards or even the Golden Globes, but they have a huge impact on the industry.

Some Lighting Recommendations For Your Green Screen Studio

Lighting to be used in a green screen studio commonly is one of the toughest tasks for professional photographers who are shooting at home. The green screen strategy utilized in major motion pictures as well as home movies is identical.

ABC’s Shark Tank – Must See TV

Shark Tank is one television show that is not only entertaining, but has lessons for everyone. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or an employee, we all have a need to present and convince others that our ideas have merit. This short article helps you focus on some key lessons from this show.

‘Trouble With the Curve’ Movie Review

It’s not a secret that Clint Eastwood has been making a (new) name for himself lately, but whether you enjoy ALL his performances or just the non-political ones, there’s no denying that he’s his usual talented self in “Trouble With the Curve” – or, as it could also be named: “A Tale of Three Tools”. THE GOOD: Gus Lobel (Eastwood) is a baseball scout for the Atlanta Braves and likes to play things ‘old-school’ – meaning he depends on his eyes to judge a player’s potential, and not some computer program. Gus is really starting to feel…

Breaking Bad: Season 5 Episode 8 ‘Gliding Over All’

The ricin cigarette was brought back into play in this last episode of 2012 (the final episodes will air in July 2013) with Walt meeting Lydia. The poison was not needed though as Lydia brought a new deal to the table which would take the blue meth to the Czech Republic where the purity of meth is low and the demand is high. Cue the meth empire expanding to a level which was nicely shown by a scrolling camera showing bug extermination tents springing up all over town.

Post Production Gives You The Desired Effects

Entertainment industry is one of the most popular industries worldwide. People are always finding an excuse to watch movie in order to energize self and continue with work. There are a lot of movies which don’t see the light due to failure of production department.

The Growing Presence Of Post Production

Post Production is an essential part in mastering sound. Take a look into why.

“The Neighbors” Just Isn’t Funny, Neither Are Their Cars

After watching most of ABC’s “The Neighbors,” I have only seven words “Send them back where they came from!” And, while you’re at it, scrap their electric cars, who knows how much green goop has collected between the stators in the electric motors and how much green junk has been pushed into the atmosphere. Quite naturally, they used the follow-on from two terrific shows, “The Middle” and “Modern Family” as the magnet for this new series whose premise is simple-mindedly dumb: What would happen if a bunch of green things that looked like walking pickles, took…

To the Last Drop: A Film About Our Deadly Obsession With Oil

To the Last Drop is one of the most important movies of our time. Filmmakers Niobe Thompson and Tom Radford document the disastrous effects of the Tar Sands oil project on the residents of Fort Chipewyan. What ensues in To the Last Drop is a David-versus-Goliath fight between the Fort Chipewyan’s residents and big oil companies with life and death consequences in the balance

A Song of Ice and Fire – Game of Thrones – Conspiracy Theories

The series A Song of Ice and Fire from George R R Martin, recently adapted into a best selling tv series has gained a massive following of avid fans and discussions about the story line of the series. Martin has left many things unsaid and many doors slightly ajar regarding the many back stories of the main characters in the book. We are going to take a look at the most popular of the Ice & Fire conspiracy theories.