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Vigilante Force (1976)

“They called it God’s Country till all hell broke loose!”

With Dirty Harry and Death Wish leading the way in a new type of screen justice, exploitation producer Gene Corman (yup he’s Roger’s brother) gives us this nasty tale that borrows heavily from the western and casts two likable actors from the era. 583 more words

Daily Take

No One Is Alone by Stephen Sondheim is all about thinking for...

No One Is Alone by Stephen Sondheim is all about thinking for yourself and being your own person. – Bernadette Peters: http://dlvr.it/CnJCDW

Bernadette Peters

Broadway Review: 'Dames at Sea'

How cruel, to make comparisons with a legendary star! How unkind! How unfair! Well, tough luck, because here it comes: the new leading lady of “Dames at Sea” is no Bernadette Peters. 621 more words


The Sunday Intertitle: Brown is the New Black

The brown intertitles are one of the many reasons to be skeptical of Mel Brooks’ SILENT MOVIE, his least-seen movie from his seventies run of hits. 561 more words



Buck Off Magazine had the pleasure in speaking with Shari Caplan, Director of The Theatre of Words & Music at The Salem Athenaeum and poet. Though her list of accomplishments hardly stop there! 1,961 more words
Creative Writing

While I'm on a Sondheim Kick, Here's a Quote for Artists of Any Kind

This quote is from the song “Move On” from the musical, Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim. It’s a beautiful song full of other lovely quotes for aspiring artists of any kind. 25 more words

Quotes, Words, & Phrases

No One Is Alone

Sometimes in life, we go looking for sad songs, a tangible excuse to cry. And sometimes, they come to us, unexpected but welcome.

I happened across a Disney film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s renowned play “Into The Woods”. 221 more words