Hollywood Reporter:
First Look at “This Way to Egress”

November 4th, 2017

Elizabeth Reaser in “This Way to Egress”
Photo by Michael Moriatis

This is Helen from “This Way to Egress.” She’s out to get her kids back. If you’re a monster … you’d best get out of her way.

The image above (featuring Elizabeth Reaser as Helen) has just been released as part of a “First Look” exclusive from The Hollywood Reporter. You can see more images and read the complete article at Mickey Rourke Serves the Scares in Cinelou’s Horror Anthology ‘Nightmare Cinema.’

More updates coming soon!

Don’t Sleep: Nightmares are coming!

October 14th, 2017

They enter the Rialto only to have their darkest fears brought to life by The Projectionist – a ghostly figure who holds the horrifying futures of all who attend his screenings. And by the time the viewers realize the truth, escape is no longer an option. For once the ticket is torn, all fates are sealed… [more at The 21st-Century Scop].

Putting on the Music Hat

October 7th, 2017

The 21st-century scop wears many hats. It’s not like the old days, when the traveling minstrel-storyteller showed up at the mead hall with a repertoire of poetry and epic tales uploaded to his personal memory. Today stories are delivered through books, films, digital downloads, spoken-word and musical performances. The most recent posts at this site have covered some of the former … now it’s time for the music hat.

First, a few words about the actual hat (left).

It’s what haberdashers call a stingy-brim, but what makes it special is the Shure microphone wired into its brim, a set-up that provides cushion from the mike’s wire clamp while freeing the singer from … [read more at The 21st-Century Scop].

Yesterday Today:
SF’s Roots on View at Milford Festival

September 29th, 2017

My previous post concluded with mention of the grand finale at this year’s Milford Readers and Writers Festival and the promise of a follow up post. Here, then, are some of the talking points from our three-hour program at the Milford Theatre, a conversation that considered how science fiction came of age in Milford during the middle of the 20th century. [Read more at The 21st-Century Scop.]