This slow unfocused horror film delivers surprisingly strong performances but suffers from poor writing and characters that are never developed.
A QA with writer/director Michael D. Sellers a former CIA spook turned filmmaker who discusses his past and latest project Vlad starring Billy Zane and Brad Dourif.
During my 12-week stint at the New York Film Academy it was recommended that we read this book. Written by Walter Murch, editor of “Apocalypse Now,” it is an insightful and fascinating look at the art of film editing. Editing … Read more
I recently moved, and was able to unpack several of my books which had been tucked away for awhile. I decided, since I was putting the book out for display, I should read it. The book, as you can see … Read more
Written back in 1996, Rebel Without A Crew is probably one of the finest books about filmmaking that I’ve read. Written by Robert Rodriguez, it charts his process of making his first feature film, El Mariachi. It reads very honestly, … Read more