This Movie is a Real Heart Stopper, So Grab Your Defibrillator!

At first glance you see the name Robert England and there is a glimmer of hope! This movie does make your heart beat, but will you go flat line? Will you need a sexy young nurse to resuscitate you? If your a horror movie enthusiast, grab your cell phone and tell some friends to come over! Make sure they bring their straight jackets!

A Beginner’s Guide to Lost

Have you recently discovered the television phenomenon known as Lost? If you’ve just started or have never seen an episode, this quick guide will give you an idea of the colorful characters who populate the fictional island.

Will “LOST” Ever Be Found?

The rumors of its demise sadly over-calculated, LOST has settled into ratings numbers that secures it in the company of the best dramas on television. Had LOST managed to hold

Heroes and the Comic Book Revolution

The comic book revolution in today’s modern pop culture has been more or less unheralded. Although a major coup in the world of geekdom, the mainstream press has regarded the increase

Times in Need of Heroes

NBC’s Heroes was dubbed a “surprise” success, but should it have been? In times like this, when we are assaulted with fears of sudden danger everywhere, aren’t Heroes exactly …

Dramality – Reality With A Twist Of Lime

It is simple fact that you would have needed to live on a deserted island in say the South China Sea, to have avoided being swept away by the initial Survivor mania. As a self-proclaimed channel surfer, “hang ten” for me means hit the TIVO while I hit the kitchen for a quick snack, so I admit freely I have seen the ebb and flow, the wax and wane of all kinds of programming branded reality and now find myself wondering what does “reality” really mean?

Celebrity Style: Forget the Bling, Bring Back Old Hollywood Glamour with Pearls

Many of today’s Hollywood starlets are all about style and not about substance. This article takes a look at old-time glamorous screen and style icons and the pearl jewelry they wore.

Two Excellent Films That Could Not Win an Oscar

Secondhand Lions is a masterpiece of storytelling written and directed by Tim McCanlies (remember the name). Near as I can tell, this film generated little stir when made in 2003, and had absolutely no nominations for Oscars (what a shame). First time French Director Christophe Barratier has given us an incredibly good movie in The Chorus, which was nominated for two Oscars but came up empty handed at the presentations. No matter. It did not affect the effort and excellence of The Chorus.

Betty Boop Returns To Teen Popularity after Many Years ‘Undercover’

With a new generation, Betty Boop may just have a chance at coming back to the realm in which she was once so prominent. As the teens of today pick up on the latest tight t-shirt craze displaying old time favorites, Betty Boop’ figure and famous phrase “Boop-oop-a-doop” are on high demand. Marketing to the teenager appeal, the products that Miss Boop can be found on range from different types of car and computer accessories to vintage clothing and knick-knacks for the house. Dolls, seat and wheel covers, clocks and comforters; you name it… there truly no end to availability. The marketing department is pulling all of the stops.

Is the American Dream on TV Tonight?

The television landscape had changed dramatically over the past half-century. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

Thoughts on Film Distribution

Technology is not only making production tools more accessible, distribution is also the realm of the low budget independent film maker.

Review of BBC North and South

North and South is an adaptation for TV of Elizabeth Gatskell’s novel. Throughout 4 episode series the acting is superb and the strong storyline continually provides interest. With a backdrop of industrial unrest the programme easily draws you into the Victorian era and is a powerful expression of the turmoil’s and emotions of this period.