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In this era of over bloated blockbusters and reboots of reboots its good to go back and reflect on what cinema once was - When motion pictures were black and white, but subjects and morals were layered in many shades of gray. This gray area is where writer producer Val Lewton thrived. Val Lewton was born in the Ukraine in...
 This summer's blockbuster that seemed to stand out was “Wonder Woman”. A lot has been written about needing a strong female "superhero" lead actress and how there hasn't really been one. But in the 40’s there was another heroine that inspired quite a few little girls and young women. Kids of yesteryear remember her name well...Nyoka! Nyoka, began life in...
It was Friday the 13, August of 1982, when this fourteen year old along with a couple of friends first went to a Midnight screening of Dawn of The Dead (1979). Though Dawn wasn't my first exposure to Mr. Romero and his zombies (that had happened in the 70's when I stumbled upon a showing of Night of The...
In this blog Phillip contemplates the question – can consumer views of a movie affect what the movie industry ultimately produces and shows at the theater?  Phil Jimenez is the owner of Lucky Bastard Productions which a full service production company. Clients include Warner Brothers and PBS SoCal and many more. Former employee of Warner Brothers Entertainment. View some his work...