Just a few minutes remain until The John Kerwin Show
starts taping, and announcer Keith Leon is teaching us the art of the
double clap. It's a trick that's been used since the dawn of television
time, he says, to make the studio audience seem bigger. Instead of
clapping at a regular pace, he ins ... More >>
Christopher Fryer and Robert Crane were USC
students in 1971 when they decided to write their term thesis on "the
emergence of the anti-hero in American cinema" -- and set out to
interview Mr. Anti-Hero himself, Jack Nicholson. Hubris isn't exactly
rare in college students; what separates Fryer ... More >>
Tina Fey got nominated this year! (Or at least we assume -- we haven't checked yet)
Guess what? HBO dominated the Emmys again.
Another way the Emmys are predictable: the nominees' reactions.
Or at least how they convey their reactions. We don't really know people's real reactions -- we know ... More >>
Celebrating its twelfth anniversary this year, Method Fest - whose raison d'etre is to showcase films driven by performances and strong stories, not special effects or global market potential - has slowly evolved into a very big deal. This year's films star such respected names as Anthony H ... More >>