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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.

Andy Hardy’s Dilemma

June 19, 2006

So this past Saturday night I fall asleep on the couch watching Turner Classics’ all-night William Powell-Myrna Loy marathon. No biggie, though, as I’ve seen all 13 of their collaborations numerous times, even the rather [click for more]

Kevin Smith: Still Clerkin’

June 6, 2006

OK. I’ll admit that headline sucks. So let’s just move past that and get down to brass tacks, as it were. This past Thursday, I attended the second day of director Kevin Smith’s Vulgarthon film [click for more]

Blogs And Blobs

May 31, 2006

So… This is that “Blog” thing all the kids are talking about… Hello and welcome to the Editor’s Blog here at FilmBuffOnLine. My name is Rich and I’m your host. Those who know have heard [click for more]

Robert Towne On Los Angeles’ Dusty Past

March 17, 2006

Some directors have become inexorably linked with certain locales. Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen have explored their own aspects of Manhattan, while Barry Levinson and John Waters have returned to Baltimore time and again for [click for more]

The SUPERMAN Cartoons

January 22, 2006

Perhaps the most recognizable character of 20th century popular literature is Superman. Rocketed to Earth as a baby to escape the destruction of his homeworld, Superman grows up to discover that his alien physiognomy has [click for more]

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