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Fade In:
Talking Scary Movies with Bob Scott of CSW

August 11th, 2019

Last month, following the release of Nightmare Cinema, I had the chance to drop by PCTV-21 for a conversation with Bob Scott of Carnegie Screenwriters.

Bob is a screenwriter, playwright, poet, actor, director, producer, stage manager, and host of the series Fade In, now in its third season on PCTV-21.

Since its debut in 2016,  Fade In has explored the many facets of indie filmmaking through interviews with writers, producer, directors, actors, crew members and other … [read more at The 21st-Century Scop].

Bracing for Nightmare Cinema:
This Week & Beyond

June 17th, 2019

This week, five strangers will enter an abandoned theater to watch their darkest fears play out before them. And you can join them.

It all kicks off this Thursday, June 20, when the cast and crew of Nightmare Cinema gather at the historic Hayworth Theatre (2511 Wilshire Blvd) for a special pre-release screening of  the movie that Entertainment Weekly calls “one of the best horror films of the year so far.” The limited number of advance tickets that were available to the public for the pre-release event sold out quickly, but you will be plenty of opportunities to catch the film as it opens in theatres … [read more at The 21st Century Scop].

An Evening of Nightmares

June 12th, 2019

With the theatrical release of the new anthology film Nightmare Cinema just over a week away, Cranked-Up Films and Shudder are launching An Evening of Nightmares — a curated screening series that, according to a recent article at Deadline.com, “centers on filmmakers showcasing their own work and the work of …” [read more at The 21st-Century Scop].

Back to Fantastic Fiction!
Reading at New York’s KGB Bar on June 20

June 11th, 2018

A line stretches around the block outside a bar in New York’s East Village, but the crowd hasn’t gathered to hear a band. Instead, they’ve come to attend a fiction reading at the place New York Magazine has called “the best literary venue in New York” — the fabled KGB Bar.

You’ve got to love it when …. [read more at The 21st-Century Scop.]