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Hue Rhodes Eats, Cooks and Talks to The Retrospective

January 20th, 2010 No Comments

Photos Courtesy of Hue Rhodes & Frank Publicity I met Hue Rhodes, director of Saint John of Las Vegas, in the lobby of NYC’s Ace Hotel. Previously Rhodes had confessed to living in coffee shops throughout the city as a means of getting work done, and the Ace boasts a similarly relaxed environment for doing […]

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Mystery Team Music Video w/ Childish Gambino & MC Chris

December 22nd, 2009 1 Comment

Photo Credit: Matt Carr/Getty Images What happens when you and your college roommates start a comedy troupe and bring it to the interwebs? You then go on to script, direct and produce some of the most popular and hilarious shorts to hit YouTube. To top it all off, you are so popular that YouTube pays […]

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Saul Williams and the Afro-Punk Tour San Francisco

December 16th, 2009 2 Comments

discussing everything from “Afro Punk” various meanings to the strange fact that Rick Reuben drives a Honda insight.

Tags: Event · Films · Interview · Music · San Francisco

“I Don’t Suppose You’re a betting Man?” Terry Gilliam’s Latest Debuts in Madrid

November 24th, 2009 No Comments

Sony Pictures Classic ©2009 There are many reasons to feel lucky for calling a city like Madrid home: delightful weather, more (free!) cultural events than you can shake a stick at, alcoholic beverages that cost less than a bottle of water, and good, good coffee in virtually every café. Recently, I was given one more […]

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The Man with the Iron Fist

July 9th, 2008 1 Comment

Let’s do a little math shall we? Add one part directorial inspiration from Quinten Tarentino,  a third of Eli Roth’s producing and two parts martial arts knowledge and music scoring genius from RZA of the Wu Tang Clan and what do you get? A working idea for the new film titled “The Man with the Iron Fist”. […]

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Steven Spielberg Aquires Ghost in the Shell

April 17th, 2008 3 Comments

Ghost in the Shell is, in my opinion, one of the greatest anime feature films ever to hit the silver screen. If you were to ask any anime fan what their top 3 anime films were this would most likely be one of them. The film centers on the members of an elite law enforcement […]

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