Monthly Archives: October 2015

3 things about Phil Lord & Christopher Miller’s THE LEGO MOVIE

The Lego Movie [2014] 1. Ghost on a string. 2. “And so on.” 3. Pastel Duplo.

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One week until the premiere!

Pause of the Clock premieres next Saturday! From the festival program guide: “This meta-cinematic coming-of-age drama centers around two roommates who secretly dream about one another. While Rob is off shooting a film, Dylan discovers Rob’s diary and begins to … Continue reading

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Boo!

Here’s a new Halloween story from Barry Gifford: “Dark and Black and Strange.” Check out the other stories in the Fridays with Roy series.

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3 things about David Lynch’s MULHOLLAND DR.

Mulholland Dr. [2001] 1. “Dad’s best friend goes to work.” 2. First we see a street sign for Sunset Blvd. Later, Betty is dropped off in front of the Paramount gate. 3. Crawling through the space underneath the door. 3 … Continue reading

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“To this day I still don’t know how I did it,” he continued.

Check out this article from the Aurora Sentinel about Pause of the Clock‘s debut at the Denver Film Festival. The World Premiere is just over a week away! It’s certain to sell out, so buy your tickets now!

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3 things about Woody Allen’s MELINDA AND MELINDA

Melinda and Melinda [2004] 1. Impromptu “Sophisticated Lady” using a piano on the sidewalk. 2. “Yeah, but if you’re somebody who’s nobody, it’s no fun to be around anybody who’s everybody.” 3. He touches the strap on her dress as … Continue reading

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Cocktail: El Son Te Llama

To be perfectly honest, I can’t remember the occasion that led to the creation of this cocktail. But I found the recipe in my notes, and rather than lose it forever I’m posting it here. It sounds delicious anyway … … Continue reading

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A creepy story by Barry Gifford.

The Fridays with Roy series continues with “Creeps.”

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Tickets now on sale for PAUSE OF THE CLOCK at the Denver Film Festival!

From the festival program guide: “This meta-cinematic coming-of-age drama centers around two roommates who secretly dream about one another. While Rob is off shooting a film, Dylan discovers Rob’s diary and begins to see his friend in a new light. … Continue reading

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3 things about Robert Wiene’s THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari [1920] 1. Cesar is 23. 2. Branches and leaves like scythes. 3. “Now I know exactly how to cure him.”

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