About Rich Drees
A film fan since he first saw that Rebel Blockade Runner fleeing the massive Imperial Star Destroyer at the tender age of 8 and a veteran freelance journalist with twenty years experience writing about film and pop culture.

Trailer Park: This weekend’s releases

March 1, 2007

In a quandry what to see at your local cineplex this weekend? Take a gander at these trailers to see what your choices are- Black Snake Moan Wild Hogs Zodiac

New York Comic Con Photos

February 28, 2007

As I mentioned earlier this week, this past weekend’s 2nd annual New York Comic Con was a gathering for more than just comic book fans. There’s plenty to see and do for gaming fans and [click for more]

First Look: Will Eisner’s THE SPIRIT

February 27, 2007

For movie producer Michael Uslan, it has been a decade long journey to get Will Eisner’s classic two-fisted, crime-fighting comics character, The Spirit, onto the big screen, but the long wait has been of his [click for more]

Pop Culture Intersections

February 25, 2007

They may call it a comic book convention, but that is really an understatement. This year’s New York ComicCon (NYCC), which is concluding today, is just one of the numerous major similar events held around [click for more]

Script Review: THE TONY CLIFTON STORY

February 20, 2007

Screenplay by Andy Kaufman and Bob Zmuda Second Draft January 1, 1980 Without a doubt, one of the most unique comic voices of the 20th century was Andy Kaufman. Hailing from a deceptively average upbringing [click for more]

New GRINDHOUSE Trailer!

February 16, 2007

While it is supposed to officially debut tomorrow simultaneously on television during CW’s WWE Friday Night Smackdown! and the Sci-FI Channel’s Special Unit 2 and in theatres running in front of screenings of Ghost Rider, [click for more]

ACROSS THE UNIVERSE Trailer

February 12, 2007

Sometimes I anticipate films for what I’m sure others would think are odd reasons. Case in point: director Julie Tambor’s Across The Universe, due out next year. I know Beatles fans who are anxious to [click for more]

The Trouble With Lists

February 7, 2007

Well, I guess I can die then… The Houston Chronicle’s tech writer, Dwight Silverman, has posted on his blog a list of 15 films he considers essential film geek watching. Not surprisingly, I’ve seen all [click for more]

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