Saturday, November 29, 2014

Dinah Shore Weekend’s Mariah Hanson dishes on LGBT bacchanal

WEST HOLLYWOOD — Mariah Hanson, co-founder of the Dinah Shore Weekend, Palm Spring’s 22-year old annual Lesbian outdoor music and pool party, chats with Popdecay Editor-in-Chief Desiree Washington about putting on the infamous bacchanalian event, No related posts.

Designer Dalia MacPhee dishes on Oscars 2013 red carpet fashion

WEST HOLLYWOOD — Celebrity fashion designer Dalia MacPhee offers post-Oscars red carpet fashion tips. No related posts.

Oliver Stone: ‘US has become an Orwellian state’

December 28, 2012 by  
Filed under Entertainment, Film & TV, Interviews, News, Politics, World

Americans are living in an Orwellian state says Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone and historian Peter Kuznick, both promoting their compelling Showtime documentary series and book titled “The Untold History of the Unted States,” No related posts.

Taylor Lautner finding new dawn after “Twilight”

November 7, 2012 by  
Filed under Entertainment, Film & TV, Interviews

As dusk sets on the “Twilight” saga with the final film, actor Taylor Lautner is looking at a new dawn for the next stage in his career. No related posts.

Supermodels Dish on Drugs, Sex and Race in ‘About Face’

Greenfield-Sanders does an excellent job of getting these powerful women to open up about sensitive topics. In an interview with Desiree T. Washington of Popdecay.com during the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival, he said that he got “great interviews because the subject is dear.”

‘About Face’ Review – LA Film Festival (video)

In HBO’s “About Face: Supermodels Then and Now,” documentarian and celebrated portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders employs his trademark intimate portrait style of framing images to reveal never before seen interviews with some of the best-known models of all time. No related posts.

‘Sunset Stories’ Review – Outfest 2012

Writers Ernesto Foronda and Valerie Stadler craft an authentic LA story about a Hollywood couple’s lives intersecting those of an assortment of Angelenos, including a street actor played by Jim Parsons

Patang (The Kite) – Review

First-time filmmaker Prashant Bhargava illuminates the transformative power of India’s annual kite festival, and the richness of Indian culture in “Patang (The Kite),

‘Trishna’ Review

Loosely based on Thomas Hardy’s classic novel “Tess of the D’Urbervilles,” Michael Winterbottom’s “Trishna” explores attraction between two people from different classes and the havoc such unions can bring. Set in contemporary Rajasthan, Trishna (Freida Pinto) meets a wealthy young British businessman Jay Singh (Riz Ahmed) who has come to India to work in his […]

LA Film Festival: ‘It’s A Disaster’ Makes Doomsday A Laughing Matter

It’s A Disaster isn’t a typical ‘end of days’ story. Death may be everywhere, No related posts.

Four – Masterfully Told Character Study

Everyone struggles with demons, something which is on full display in the psychologically complex drama Four.   No related posts.

Introducing: The New ‘Amazing Spider-Man’

LONDON — Andrew Garfield takes method acting to extremes in preparing for his role in No related posts.

‘Sister’ – A Provocative Coming of Age Story (review)

A dark story sprinkled with wisps of levity, “Sister” tells the story of a clever young boy in the early stages of adolescence who schemes and steals to care for his emotionally tormented older sister.

DC Comics Dishes on Upcoming Batman, Superman Offerings

April 14, 2012 by  
Filed under Entertainment, Interviews, Print

DC Comics bared all at its Friday afternoon C2E2 All Access panel in Chicago.

Robin Williams’ Penis ‘Isn’t a Dirk Diggler Effect’ Says Bobcat

Comedian Bobcat Goldthwait focused on creating a sense of realism in his latest movie, “World’s Greatest Dad,” the new dark comedy written and directed by Goldthwait. But he knew working with a cast nearly full of comedians wouldn’t be easy. “I knew that me saying ‘ok everybody let’s get serious’ would be met with uh [laughter], Goldthwait said regarding the filming process in an interview with Popdecay last week in Los Angeles. “Everyone would just go mental for a while, and then… ‘now it’s nap time, let’s film.’” “Meds kicked in, here we go,” added Robin Williams, who plays main character Lance in the film, also interviewed by Popdecay last week.

Zombie Tales 2061: Review and Interview with Kim Krizan

The undead reign supreme, at least for a while, in Kim Krizan’s “Zombies Tales 2061,” a Boom Studios comic book providing a refreshing stab at the zombie genre. Krizan, who wrote romance films “Before Sunrise” and “Before Sunset,” takes readers 25 years into the future to reveal a world where humans have become the chattel and food source of intelligent and organized zombies.

Rappers Dolla and Novelist Create Hip Hop/R&B Cartoon for Tweens: Interview

Parents looking for new entertainment programming for children should consider “Da Jammies,” a music driven 3D animated sitcom offered by FarCor Studios and Toon Farm, teaching lessons about life and the music business.

The Collector: Review and Interview with Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan (Spoilers)

“The Collector,” a new slasher flick opening July 31, 2009, is perhaps the most deliciously sadistic film ever. Written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan (co-writers of “Feast” 1 – 3, “The Happy Finish,” and “Saw” IV – VI), “The Collector” stars Josh Stewart as Arkin, a thief who decides to rob a house he’s been hired to repair in order to raise cash to help his wife and kid.

District 9 movie info and trailer

Hollywood’s abuzz about what many think could be the best sci-fi film of the year.  District 9, a Tristar feature, follows the plight of an extraterrestrial race forced to live in slum-like conditions on Earth and suddenly finding a kindred spirit in a government agent that is exposed to their biotechnology.   Focusing on concepts such […]

A TOTALITARIAN CHANGE YOU CAN BELIEVE IN

September 4, 2008 by  
Filed under Gossip, Interviews, Music, News, Opinion, Politics

In watching the televised Republican National Convention last week, viewers may have been struck by the lack of diversity on display.  Few people of color were present.  No discernable gays or lesbians. No noticeable disabled, aside from the presence Governor Palin’s publicized special needs child.  Their concerns were barely mentioned in passing, if at all, […]

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