It’s difficult to make a good vampire film. Why? Because vampires have lost their mystique. From The Count on Sesame Street to the campy vampires on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, vampires are not only accepted but embraced by the public consciousness. It’s hard to be scared or moved by vampires anymore in a traditional horror or creature feature film. Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.
I came across a poll on IMDB the other day asking which of the following actors would you pick as your favorite from the following: Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Jack Nicholson or Al Pacino. These actors are among the usual suspects in reference to the questions of who is the best American actor alive today. So who is the best American actor? Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.
July 21st, 2008 | Directing, Directors, Filmmaking | 1 Comment »
For most of his career, Clint Eastwood’s career as an actor has overshadowed his accomplishments as a director. With over 30 movies as a director and two Academy Awards for Best Director, Clint Eastwood is one of America’s most prolific and best filmmakers.Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.