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"BAD" (Short Film, 1987)

Directed by Martin Scorsese

Screenplay by Richard Price

Michael Jackson’s music videos (or “short films,” as he’d apparently insist you call them) are one of the best arguments out there for the music video as popular art. 989 more words

Richard Price


In an effort to stick with the Halloween spirit for this month, I figured I’d go for a movie about one of the most famous monsters out there; the vampire. 1,901 more words

STREETS OF GOLD (Film, 1986)

Directed by Joe Roth

Story by Dezsö Magyar, screenplay by Heywood Gould and Richard Price and Tom Cole

When I first started delving into Richard Price’s filmography… 984 more words

Richard Price

From Panel to Screen: Blade II.

For over a decade now, comic book movies have been some of the highest grossing films to come out from Hollywood. What started out as a fad has become it’s own genre. 997 more words

From Panel To Screen

Drum Bun, Rom Rom

Let me preface the following by declaring my undying love for Romania. Few places have felt so sane to me as this wonderful country, which I’ve been visiting regularly for many years. 1,160 more words

International Travel

The Fan (1996)

Robert De Niro crosses the thin line between baseball and Bickle in this psychological thriller about a Giants fan who’s lost a few marbles. 17 more words

Cinema Monolith

Haunted Friday: GalloWWalkers

Boo readers!! Did I scare you? Reviewer of Steel here with a new movie review, and since today is the first Friday in October, I will be doing a “horror” movie review on each Friday and todays is the Wisely Snipes grindhouse western GalloWWalkers! 488 more words