Happy Holidays and Happy New Year

Hey guys! First off, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from my family to yours. Without you guys, I wouldn’t have near the happiness that I do. This year was big for me: I attended the opening of #ClassicsMadeHere at Warner Brothers Studios (definitely recommend going) I appeared on TCM introducing She Done Him Wrong I released my second book, Puffblicity I was featured in my local paper … Continue reading Happy Holidays and Happy New Year

Please Help Rockhaven

December 7th – “Glendale City Council Decides to End Negotiations with the Gangi Team On Thursday the Principal Economic Development Officer for Glendale, called Matt Gangi to tell him that the City Council ended negotiations with the Gangi Design LED Build Team. After two years of meeting every challenge and presenting any information asked for (including information never before asked for on other projects the … Continue reading Please Help Rockhaven

Response to Katherine Groo

FilmStruck’s demise came on the morning of November 30, 2018. Film fans like myself, all the way up to Leonardo DiCaprio and Guillermo Del Torro, signed petitions, wrote letters, and begged the conglomerates that owned FilmStruck to reconsider their decision to no avail. FilmStruck died that day. Criterion has proclaimed that they will now step up to the plate and offer us what is now … Continue reading Response to Katherine Groo

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story – A Review

Hedy Lamarr has always been a bit of an enigma. Beautiful, glamorous, and mysterious, Lamarr seemingly took cues from 30s sensation Greta Garbo, eventually embracing a reclusive lifestyle. Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, a 2017 documentary produced by Susan Sarandon, attempts to introduce the world to the “real” Lamarr through interviews, film clips, newspapers and rare, candid photographs. Bombshell tries to paint Lamarr as a … Continue reading Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story – A Review

Slatzer/Capell/Fowler Part 2

On September 11, 1972, Robert Slatzer’s attorney’s sent a letter to Venice Publishing demanding his manuscript be returned for a book called Sincerely, Marilyn Monroe. This book was to be the framework for the book he would write with Fowler and Capell. The whereabouts of this manuscript are unknown to me but if anyone knows the location, please, let me know. The legal woes between … Continue reading Slatzer/Capell/Fowler Part 2