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Screenwriters Craig Jamison (of GullCottageOnline) & Jim Delaney (of TheLunchMovie.com) are joined by film industry guests in their quest to find and uncover cinematic art in the damndest places.

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It will forever be known as ?the movie which makes men cry?. Based on a first novel by Canadian author / baseball fan W.P. Kinsella, 1989's FIELD OF DREAMS was the film no one believed in but it's makers. On the surface a... more

With credits incl. THE HOWLING, GREMLINS (and it's sequel), INNERSPACE, MATINEE, SMALL SOLDIERS and the recent THE HOLE, some find it odd that Joe Dante's 1989 humorous "fear and paranoia" treatise THE 'BURBS (not a... more

Sure, it was the time of big hair, glam bands ... and SAVED BY THE BELL's "Screech"! But also a decade where legendary "old school" film makers such as John Huston, Billy Wilder and Stanley Kubrick were still cranking out popular... more

In Pt.1 of our interview with writer / director / producer Dale Launer we dove into the origins of his RUTHLESS PEOPLE and BLIND DATE, and just started on DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS. In Pt. 2 we finish SCOUNDRELS, discuss his... more

In this "Live Call-In" edition of THE GRINDHOUSE: WITH CRAIG & JIM, feminist blogger Kelsey Cruz drops by to chat with the guys about the celluloid representation of women in HBO's hit series GIRLS in particular and film and... more

MY COUSIN VINNY, DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, RUTHLESS PEOPLE, BLIND DATE and more: screenwriter / producer / director Dale Launer has been the creative force behind some of the most popular films in American... more

Remember classics such as SILENT RUNNING, THE OMEGA MAN and BLADE RUNNER? Well, prepare yourself for OBLIVION - "the best Philip K. Dick story ... which Philip K. Dick never wrote!". The 2013 Tom Cruise / Morgan Freeman... more

THE FRENCH CONNECTION, THE EXORCIST, 2001 ... and FOUL PLAY? Hey, don't laugh. Well, DO! It IS a comedy, but a comedy which, like a handful of seminal films, have gone on to set cinematic trends and define a genre forever.... more

Blake Edwards' 1982 musical comedy VICTOR VICTORIA was probably a groundbreaker to no one but me. Other films had previously featured women exploring and expanding their place in a male driven world, and men exploring... more
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