Editor’s Note: Due to the rambling, incoherent nature of Dean’s recounting of his trip we have presented it as is, without editing. Quite frankly, we didn’t know where to begin. Enjoy. The train was delayed because someone got run over in Burbank. So everyone was an hour late getting here. Then I get my girlfriend’s…
I am going to SPOIL this movie SO MUCH that it will come full circle. I am going to tell you everything about it and then you will go see it just because you won’t believe “X-files: I want to believe.” I have many friends in the arts, and being an artist means that sometimes…
THIS IS A FUCKING AWESOME MOVIE… but I knew that before I saw it. I have said, since my junior year in some screenwriting classes, that Sci-fi is perfect way of dealing with present day issues. For instance, Battlestar Galactica had human suicide bombers blowing up Cylons and bingo, critics hailed it as greatest TV…
It is rare to go to ANY Sci-Fi film festival and not watch at least ONE post apocalyptic movie made by someone with access to a desert. But that is exactly what happened when I went to the London Sci Fi Film fest, which begs the question why? The answer is because just the week before I WAS LIVING IT!!!
When I agreed to review Killers this week , this is a sample of some the emails I got from my fellow reviewers:
“Omg, Dean, you are some kind of saint! :D” and “Dean is out of his fucking mind.”
Is Knight and Day the beginning of Tom Cruise’s comeback?
Salt takes you to action movie film school.
One must applaud a filmmaker who answers the call of what is next; where is filmmaking going in this culture industry of comic/visual iconography and short-cut phone text vernaculars?
If you have never heard of the movie Atlantis Down, I don’t blame you, though it probably means you are not one of my Facebook friends. It is a American/Italian low budget Sci Fi Thriller that had its World Premiere at the Commodore Movie Theater in Portsmouth, VA where they flew me out for the event.
Okay this is spoiler heavy but not of the whole movie, because I didn’t see any ONE whole movie.