Archives for January 2019

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Richard Stanley is back in the saddle again, will direct “Color out of space,” starring Nicolas Cage

He hasn't directed anything in twenty years

SpectreVision, the genre division of Company X and ACE Pictures, announced today that principal photography will begin next month on “Color out of space.” Starring Nicolas Cage, the film will be directed by Richard Stanley, this is his first feature in more than twenty years. Based on the novella by H.P. Lovecraft, “Color out of space” will reunite Cage with SpectreVision, the company behind the ... more >

“Glass”

Comic book mythology writ large
Samuel Jackson, Bruce Willis and James McAvoy
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

While movie studios the world over scramble to create their own answers to the cultural/financial juggernaut of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, M. Night Shyamalan, the much-beloved, often-maligned creator of highly personal and unapologetically idiosyncratic thrillers, has managed it on his own, entirely. Shyamalan has finally completed his Eastrail 177 Trilogy, nineteen years in the making, ... more >

TALK with Lisa D’Apolito of “Love, Gilda”

"Her comedy and her battle with cancer are both inspiring”
Produced by Lisa D’Apolito, Bronwyn Berry and James Tumminia

When the documentary “Love, Gilda” premiered at last year’s Tribeca film festival I got left out in the cold. No ticket, it was a sellout. But after taking in the film’s premiere on CNN recently, I could see why “Love, Gilda” would garner such success. This tribute of the life of late comedienne Gilda Radner (1946-1989) is filled with warmth, cheer and heart. I was incredibly fortunate to be able ... more >