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DWF: Three Shorts – Fantasy, Love and Our Fragile Grasp on Reality

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Why do filmmakers create short films? Sometimes they are truly motivated to tell a story which only fits in a short format. Other times, it is to show off their skills in order to establish their credentials. Once in a while, they may make a short version of a film that they ultimately want to turn into a feature length production. At this year’s Dances With Films (DWF) festival, held in Hollywood in June, the selection of short films was impressive and contained examples which both fit into and transcended the above reasons. Three films I found impressive all dealt with our perception of what is real: 'Funny Love,' 'Waste Paper,' and 'Waiting for You.' Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Honeymoon’

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There is blood and sex, enough to get this film an R-rating. But, for the most part, it is not gratuitous; it actually moves the plot along. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Twilight Zone (1959) – The Complete Fifth Season’

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All good things must come to an end. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Twilight Zone (1959) – The Complete Fourth Season’

Twilight Zone S4

You can have too much of a good thing. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Twilight Zone (1959) – The Complete Third Season’

Twilight Zone S3

A highly recommend addition to anyone's library of television shows. Read More »

DVD Review: “The Twilight Zone (1959) – The Complete Second Season”

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There will be no need to wait for a holiday to enjoy a Twilight Zone marathon. Read More »

DVD Review: In Search Of: The Complete Series

Though some of the unsolved mysteries have since been better explained, it doesn’t diminish the level entertainment this huge collection provides. Read More »

DVD Review: Patterns

A lost tv masterpiece resurfaces. Read More »

DVD Review: The Golden Age of Television (The Criterion Collection)

These stories will forever enlighten the human condition. Read More »