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Posts Tagged ‘John Waters

Woody Allen Posters Redone: an explanation…

October 4, 2010

So, I just got this copy of Photoshop and I’ve been trying to figure out all the little bells and whistles of it.  This has been pretty hard, since I haven’t had anything in mind really for a Photoshop project.   All this changed the other day when I found this site (www.mubi.com) that has […]

Delicious Spoilers: 10 Great Film Endings

July 14, 2009

Aside from the meat of a film, the middle that is, the most important parts are the ways you open and close it.  I would argue that the later is the most important since the final scene in a film not only ties up all that has come before it, but also needs to leave […]

STRANGER THAN FICTION pt. 1

March 21, 2009

For film connoisseurs, there is rarely a story too minute about a production or a detail too obscure about an actor.  Luckily for those with insatiable appetites for film lore there are a few books out there that should quell their hunger.  These books all tell stories that show, no matter when the production or […]

Guilty By Association

February 18, 2009

Hollywood is usually suffering from creative bankruptcy, the result is that we get great films recycled and refitted to suit modern times.  Sometimes remakes are worth the trouble – Cronenberg’s The Fly or Carpenter’s The Thing – more often than not they are mediocre – Vanilla Sky or Ocean’s 11 – but occasionally we get […]