Meet-and-Greez by Kent Hill

Daniel Roebuck’s directorial offering Getting Grace made me cry like a baby. The end result however, is that I was able to chat with one of the nicest dudes in Hollywood. Now he’s back . . . and he’s in Star Wars. Well, a Star Wars video game, which isn’t bad either considering how much … Continue reading Meet-and-Greez by Kent Hill

Robo & The Butterfly: A Fan’s Journey Continues by Kent Hill

Eva Rojano is not your average RoboCop fan. I remember Mark Hamill’s narration of the TV special SPFX: The Empire Strikes Back, in which he states, and I’m paraphrasing here: “that Star Wars has excited a generation to such an extent that the children who have seen the film are motivated to become doers . … Continue reading Robo & The Butterfly: A Fan’s Journey Continues by Kent Hill

Brothers in BLOOD by Kent Hill

DRY BLOOD . . .  WOW! What a movie – minimal in construction, but ocean-deep in subtext . . . with a type of gleeful depravity. The dynamic filmmaker duo of Clint Carney (writer/producer/actor/artist/musician) and Kelton Jones (the man who induced GOD to Mel Gibson/director/actor) have conjured with the combination of immense talents – and … Continue reading Brothers in BLOOD by Kent Hill

ART & SIN: The ART OF THE DEAD Interviews by Kent Hill

Well it’s that time of year folks – when kids in costumes and horror movies walk hand in hand – and while it’s not a staple for folks at the end of October around these parts (it’s more the ropes and the reins, and the joy and the pain, and they call the thing rodeo … Continue reading ART & SIN: The ART OF THE DEAD Interviews by Kent Hill

“But the ice is slippery”: Remembering THE SHADOW with Russell Mulcahy by Kent Hill

What evil lurks in the hearts of men? . . . . The Shadow knows…! Let’s go back to the heady days of Simon Wincer’s The Phantom, of Beatty’s Dick Tracy, Johnston’s Rocketeer, and my distinguished, returning guest’s The Shadow! Russell Mulcahy’s period stabilization, tour de force of film-making sees its time-honored source material come … Continue reading “But the ice is slippery”: Remembering THE SHADOW with Russell Mulcahy by Kent Hill

Into the DEEP end with JONATHAN LAWRENCE by Kent Hill

You should, dear listener, go away and read this article (SUNK) . . . before listening to this interview – simply for ‘those who came in late’ kinda reasons…. Films like Lost in La Mancha, Jodorowsky’s Dune, Lost Soul, and The Death of Superman Lives have ostensibly created a new documentary genre that I simply … Continue reading Into the DEEP end with JONATHAN LAWRENCE by Kent Hill

A Boy and his Bronzi by Kent Hill

It has been the dream of many an artist to be able to do what they love for a living. Find the thing you love to do, and you’ll never work a day in your life…so the saying goes. Thus my cinematic adventuring has brought me to the cinema of Rene Perez…and the man they … Continue reading A Boy and his Bronzi by Kent Hill

My Favorite HENCHMAN by Kent Hill

The story of Al Leong is not an uncommon Hollywood story in this respect: he is a face you’ve seen, but probably have no knowledge of his name, his explosive talent, his devotion to his craft and the incredible legacy he has built through the movies we all cherish. So, if you fall into that … Continue reading My Favorite HENCHMAN by Kent Hill

DAVID MORRELL: It’s a long road by Kent Hill

‘Cause the road is long yeah Each step is only the beginning No breaks just heartaches Oh man is anybody winning… As LAST BLOOD approaches, you kinda know how it’s gonna go. John Rambo will win, he has to – he’s the hero. But now it’s a new war, outside his back door – by … Continue reading DAVID MORRELL: It’s a long road by Kent Hill

STEVEN LAMBERT: From Reel to Real by Kent Hill

Steven Lambert has crafted what is, the apotheosis of a war chest of cinematic tales, told in such a vivaciously detailed manor . . . you crave each and every page. It was staggering to read this man’s life and his journey from the neighborhoods of Brooklyn, to the Mount Olympus of the movies. Buckle … Continue reading STEVEN LAMBERT: From Reel to Real by Kent Hill