By The Way, Woody Allen Is Innocent – Rick Worley (director)

Absolutely superb documentary exploring the relationship between Woody Allen and the Farrow clan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muyaCg2dGAk Before 2017, I had not had much interest in Woody Allen's movies. Not because I did not know who the man was, but because his work was not in my optic eye back then. But when all the controversies surrounding MeToo … Continue reading By The Way, Woody Allen Is Innocent – Rick Worley (director)

The King of Pop and I – Aileen Medalla (author)

"I saw a positive view of humanity in the eyes of Mr. Jackson" - Aileen Medalla When the public and medias mention Michael Jackson, most focus on his contributions to the music, dance, and showbiz culture. Always with praises. But others prefer to spread gossips about the man, demeaning his work, humanity, and life, relying … Continue reading The King of Pop and I – Aileen Medalla (author)

Blood On The Dance Floor: Let’s Make History In The Mix – Brice Najar (author)

Valuable information piece on the musicography of Michael Jackson and on the man Regarding the pop icon figure Michael Jackson, many books are released. Many of them on his private life, his personal problems, and the various gossips and lies spread in UK and USA rag magazines for malevolent reasons. But never about his music, … Continue reading Blood On The Dance Floor: Let’s Make History In The Mix – Brice Najar (author)

Red Sun – Terence Young (Director), Laird Koenig (Story), Denne Bart Petitclerc (Screenwriter), and William Roberts (Screenwriter), Lawrence Roman (Screenwriter), and Gerald Devriès (Screenwriter)

Wonderful Spaghetti Western piece with incredible movie icons If you are a fan of Toshiro Mifune's movies, you will eventually tumble upon Red Sun. Starring the Japanese actor and other acting figures like Charles Bronson, Alain Delon, and Ursula Andress, this production is another jewel within the spaghetti western genre. Directed by none other than … Continue reading Red Sun – Terence Young (Director), Laird Koenig (Story), Denne Bart Petitclerc (Screenwriter), and William Roberts (Screenwriter), Lawrence Roman (Screenwriter), and Gerald Devriès (Screenwriter)

Le faux magistrat – Série Fantômas – Louis Feuillade (réalisateur et scénariste), Marcel Allain (co-auteur du roman original) et Pierre Souvestre (co-auteur du roman original)

Excellente conclusion qui manque malgré tout plusieurs bobines de film Se déroulant et filmé pendant la Première Guerre mondiale, ce qui est évident de par le petit nombre de passants dans les rues, Le faux magistrat est le dernier film de la série Fantômas de Louis Feuillade. Il présente un vol de bijoux mystérieux qui … Continue reading Le faux magistrat – Série Fantômas – Louis Feuillade (réalisateur et scénariste), Marcel Allain (co-auteur du roman original) et Pierre Souvestre (co-auteur du roman original)

The False Magistrate (Le faux magistrat) – Fantômas series – Louis Feuillade (director and screenwriter), Marcel Allain (co-author of the original novel) and Pierre Souvestre (co-author of the original novel)

A conclusion to a film series that nevertheless misses many movie reels Set and filmed during World War One, which is evident in the small number of people in the streets, The False Magistrate is the last movie of the Fantômas series by Louis Feuillade. It presents a mysterious jewelry theft that evolves into a … Continue reading The False Magistrate (Le faux magistrat) – Fantômas series – Louis Feuillade (director and screenwriter), Marcel Allain (co-author of the original novel) and Pierre Souvestre (co-author of the original novel)

Fantômas contre Fantômas – Série Fantômas – Louis Feuillade (réalisateur et scénariste), Marcel Allain (co-auteur du roman original) et Pierre Souvestre (co-auteur du roman original)

Un classique de Fantômas au bord de la Première Guerre mondiale Quatrième chapitre de la série de Louis Feuillade, Fantômas versus Fantômas est l’un des deux films dont l’histoire manque des séquences. Ici, une seule séquence; mentionné lors de la visualisation grâce à un petit astérisque sur l'écran. Et pour les personnes concernées, c’est une … Continue reading Fantômas contre Fantômas – Série Fantômas – Louis Feuillade (réalisateur et scénariste), Marcel Allain (co-auteur du roman original) et Pierre Souvestre (co-auteur du roman original)

Fantômas versus Fantômas (Fantômas contre Fantômas) – Fantômas series – Louis Feuillade (director and screenwriter), Marcel Allain (co-author of the original novel) and Pierre Souvestre (co-author of the original novel)

A Fantômas classic shot at the brink of World War One Fourth chapter of Louis Feuillade's series, Fantômas versus Fantômas is one of two films whose story misses movie sequences. Here, only one sequence; mentionned during the viewing thanks to a small asterisx on the screen. And for those concerned, it is a scene set … Continue reading Fantômas versus Fantômas (Fantômas contre Fantômas) – Fantômas series – Louis Feuillade (director and screenwriter), Marcel Allain (co-author of the original novel) and Pierre Souvestre (co-author of the original novel)

Le Mort Qui Tue – Série Fantômas – Louis Feuillade (réalisateur et scénariste), Marcel Allain (co-scénariste du roman original) et Pierre Souvestre (co-scénariste du roman original)

Excellente Aventure Portant sur Les conséquences de la crise finale du deuxième épisode. À moins d'avoir vu le premier épisode de la série de films Fantômas et surtout le second qui précède Le Mort Qui Tue; troisième aventure de la série, arrêtez de lire cette critique et regardez d'abord ces deux long métrages. Car en … Continue reading Le Mort Qui Tue – Série Fantômas – Louis Feuillade (réalisateur et scénariste), Marcel Allain (co-scénariste du roman original) et Pierre Souvestre (co-scénariste du roman original)

The Dead Man Who Killed (Le Mort Qui Tue) – Fantômas Series – Louis Feuillade (Director and Screenwriter), Marcel Allain (Original novel’s Co-Writer) and Pierre Souvestre (Original novel’s Co-Writer)

Excellent episode Following the aftermath of the second episode's finale. Unless you have seen the first episode of the Fantômas movie series and especially the second one that precedes The Dead Man Who Kills; third adventure of the series, then stop reading this review and watch these two chapters first. For by seeing them, one … Continue reading The Dead Man Who Killed (Le Mort Qui Tue) – Fantômas Series – Louis Feuillade (Director and Screenwriter), Marcel Allain (Original novel’s Co-Writer) and Pierre Souvestre (Original novel’s Co-Writer)