Joseph Arthur Clay is a 3rd grade schoolteacher and full-time lover of music, movies, theatre and art.
Forty-two years later, The Odd Couple still makes us laugh, thanks largely to the sorely missed talents of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.
Actor, writer, and producer Jeff Moffitt discusses his soon to be released thriller The Watchers for Two Man Crew Productions and Hocus Pocus Features.
Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh try to bring life to the film version of the stage play First Monday in October.
Fans of the great Spencer Tracy have to check out the 1955 classic Bad Day At Black Rock.
Burt Reynolds gives his finest screen performance in the comedy gem Starting Over from James L. Brooks and Alan J. Pakula.
There's not much to recommend in Queens Shakespeare's latest revival of The Merchant of Venice.
Phalanx Film Entertainment and All Things Random Productions' Marty and Doug's New Religion is a silly romp from start to finish.
Character actor Timothy J. Cox discusses his background and his latest film project.
Love is in the office in Sean Meehan's enjoyable comedy Over Coffee.
Friendships and marriages are tested in Kimistra's Films' somber ensemble drama Socks and Cakes.