Sci-Fi/Fantasy Festival Testimonial – April 30 2020

Screenwriter Joe Kourieh (Voosch And Helina) I will enter just about anything related to Sci-Fi and Fantasy or animation. I am always working toward breaking into these industries. The feedback provided for this entry was excellent – positive, and focused on the nature of the short film format. Watch the Screenplay Reading:  In the far future,… Continue reading Sci-Fi/Fantasy Festival Testimonial – April 30 2020

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NBCUniversal Chief Says Premium VOD for Some Movies Will Be ‘Complementary’ to Theatrical Distribution — Variety

NBCUniversal chief Jeff Shell is not backing down from Universal’s flap with top exhibitors over the studio’s premium VOD release of “Trolls World Tour.” The NBCU CEO told investors Thursday during Comcast’s quarterly earnings call that premium VOD releases for some titles will be a “complementary element” to theatrical distribution for film titles. Shell emphasized… via… Continue reading NBCUniversal Chief Says Premium VOD for Some Movies Will Be ‘Complementary’ to Theatrical Distribution — Variety

Scream of the Wolf (1974) — Monsters After Midnight

Originally posted on B&S About Movies: In a sleepy town along the coast of California, an unknown animal begins killing people, beginning with a ‘70s version of Dana Carvey. The local sheriff (All My Children’s Philip Carey) recruits local writer John Wetherby (Peter Graves) who used to earn his living as a big… via Scream of… Continue reading Scream of the Wolf (1974) — Monsters After Midnight

Creepy Classics, On With The Show! — Monsters After Midnight

A big Thank You to Ron Adams of Creepy Classics for allowing us to use Creepy Classics Content! Creepy Classics & Monster Bash News! Art, Music & Monsters It seems fairly universal that growing up liking monster movies seemed to go hand-in-hand with drawing, writing and music. I grew up drawing dinosaurs, monsters…and even imagined […]… Continue reading Creepy Classics, On With The Show! — Monsters After Midnight

Invasion of The Body Snatchers.. 1956 — Monsters After Midnight

Imagine this… One morning You wake up. As you walk down street, and get to your job and start your day. You begin to notice this nagging, unexplainable change in your loved ones, friends and co-workers. You see things going on around you that just don’t make sense. You’re just not sure if it’s your […]… Continue reading Invasion of The Body Snatchers.. 1956 — Monsters After Midnight

A Glowing Mist: Sherlock Holmes and The Scarlet Claw (1944) — Monsters After Midnight

Originally posted on Pale Writer: A few months ago I undertook the task of watching all fourteen of the Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce Sherlock Holmes movies. I am very glad to say that I was successful in my little quest. Like most classic film fans, my feelings about the series are mixed. I feel… via… Continue reading A Glowing Mist: Sherlock Holmes and The Scarlet Claw (1944) — Monsters After Midnight

Sci-Fi Movies Before Celluloid — William Friese-Greene & Me

Years before H.G. Wells introduced us to his time traveller and marauding Martians, another writer was predicting what science might bring us in the future, for good or for ill. Once read on both sides of the Atlantic, he’s now all but forgotten. His name was Robert Duncan Milne and he was seeing moving pictures […]… Continue reading Sci-Fi Movies Before Celluloid — William Friese-Greene & Me

Camera and Code Team Up to Make Impossible Hovering Laser Effect — Hackaday

Right off the bat, we’ll say that this video showing a laser beam stopping in mid-air is nothing but a camera trick. But it’s the trick that’s the hack, and you’ve got to admit that it looks really cool. It starts with the [Tom Scott] video, the first one after the break. [Tom] is great […]… Continue reading Camera and Code Team Up to Make Impossible Hovering Laser Effect — Hackaday