I’m a writer, a film buff, and a soundtrack collector from New York City. I’m also (still) an aspiring filmmaker. I’ve worked as an art department intern on the 2006 feature Premium and was a co-producer (among various titles) on the 2006 feature Impunity. I’ve contributed money to the crowdfunding campaigns for the documentaries I Am Divine, The Death of “Superman Lives”: What Happened?, Rocky Horror Saved My Life, Tre Maison Dasan, Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time, SCORE: A Film Music Documentary, Trapped, The Dark Side of Disney, For the Love of Spock, You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of “Fright Night”, Life After Flash, Hammer Horror: The Warner Bros. Years, Power of Grayskull: The Definitive History of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Remembering Return To Oz, North Pole, NY, When We Were Apollo, In Search of the Last Action Heroes, In Search of Darkness, Goddess: The Fall and Rise of Showgirls, What An Institution! The Story of Police Academy, ICON: The Robert Englund Story, and In Search of Tomorrow as well as Bill Plympton’s animated feature Revengeance and Roger Cristian’s Black Angel (a feature-length version of his acclaimed 1980 short film).
I’ve also contributed to the crowdfunding film restoration campaigns for David Riker’s The City, Kelly Reichardt’s River of Grass, Rolf Olsen’s Black Friday, and Kino Lorber’s Pioneers of African-American Cinema and Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers collections, as well as home video release campaigns for silent films such as Maurice Campbell’s Ducks and Drakes, Robert G. Vignola’s When Knighthood Was In Flower and Beauty’s Worth, George Terwilliger’s The Bride’s Play, Frank Borzage’s The Pride of Palomar, and Alan Crosland’s Kidnapped. I even contributed to the campaigns to bring back the TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000 and to finish Orson Welles final film The Other Side of the Wind. Click on Unimatrix 384 on the blogroll to the right to check out the site I’ve dedicated to my 2006 sci-fi short film (it has everything you need to know about the film and more). You can also check out Unimatrix 384 in its entirety below:
As for this blog, I was inspired by an old college friend to re-ignite my passion for writing about anything cinema-related. I’ll try to post new blogs as often as I can (at least once a day, hopefully). Please enjoy reading my posts. Now go on and explore!