Monthly Archives: May 2015

Old Film Reviews – WHITE DOG

If there was ever a film I thought would never see the light of day on DVD, it would have to be director Sam Fuller’s White Dog. Regarded by many as one of the most controversial films of all time—unwarranted … Continue reading

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Older Film Reviews – ACE IN THE HOLE

By the time he made 1951’s Ace in the Hole director Billy Wilder had already earned his reputation as a cynical filmmaker. Three of Wilder’s earlier films—Double Indemnity, The Lost Weekend and Sunset Boulevard—had already firmly established the director as … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – ONE-ARMED SWORDSMAN

The Shaw Brothers studio in Hong Kong was responsible for producing some of the greatest Wushu (martial arts) films of all time. In the 1970s kung fu flicks flooded American drive-in theaters and grindhouses, and some of the most memorable … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS

Over four decades ago, Italian filmmaker Gillo Pontecorvo’s The Battle of Algiers was considered one of the most provocative, politically incendiary movies of its time. The Black Panther Party used it as a training film, the French government banned it, … Continue reading

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SUPER JUSTICE FORCE Fan Art

Just wanted to share this amazing drawing of Darius Logan, from my novel Super Justice Force, courtesy JJ Kirby. JJ and I just collaborated on a story for Marvel’s Battleworld #2, which comes out June 2015.

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