Saturday, April 29, 2017

Thank you Kevin J. for your kind words about the N Zedd interview.
bye :)


Excellent critical review on this odd, yet not surprising, new NETFLIX sponsored exploitative documentary.

p.s. If anything, this film leaves you appreciating just how challenging it is to find a good actor these days. bye.

Friday, April 28, 2017


   'Window Dressing' Brooklyn, NYC 2017


Just got the news. Rest In Peace, Vito. You were one of a kind. Forever young. Forever remembered. Only had dinner with you once, but the impact of that meet left a mark on me because you ate all of my calamari!!  Bye Vito, my Bronx brother.  :(


Thursday, April 27, 2017

 'the umbrella broke,' Ellis Island 2017.

The versatility of Jonathan D

"Grief is a demanding companion." - Jane Public

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Damn it.

Rest in peace, Jonathan. You were one of the most warmest of souls that I have met in this creative field. You now have the peace that your body so desperately needed over the past 12 months. Never forgotten. Rest in peace.  always, joey 


#please_rewind Tom

Blast from the past. A time when 3-4 movies could fit into one half a pound magnetic box. Memories sweet memories. And now here is a memory lane trip inside of the headspace of my dear friend and forever pal Tom speaking about his amazing old school 35mm still photography work (Tom only works on celluloid) ...

Love ya Tom. bye!

Tuesday, April 25, 2017


77 balloons (not 99 like the song goes)

Happy 77th birthday to the Bronx's favorite treasure, 


Monday, April 24, 2017

Kate Ledger on Heath and Matt's homage ...

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Ledger premiere screening at Tribeca 17

               actress Rooney Mara
               backstage with actress Barbara Hershey

Thank you Jane Rosenthal and Matt Amato.
 R.I.P. Heath.

Saturday, April 22, 2017


 Rest in peace, ERIN MORAN.

p.s. Despite working on and off as an actress, Moran reportedly lost her Palmdale, California, home to foreclosure in 2010, according to documents. According to the documents, the house was sold at public auction for $291,150. It was also reported that Moran refused to leave the home after it was sold and was served with eviction papers.

Such an interesting film and unusual ghost story. I honestly hesitated for many months to watch this new one by my dear friend Olivier despite his pushing, as his films are usually very meditative in mood, but this one is really 'suspenseful' and in the creepiest of ways by using contemporary electronic communication devices and the contemporary climate of 'mystery' that is attached to all of our social media tools and the world wide web that imprisons us. This film will soon become a creaky ectoplasm classic of the avant-garde cinema. bye.

A nail gun, nailgun or nailer is a type of tool used to drive ugly painted fake fingernails into wood or some other kind of material that you can flier up with duct tape around town. It is usually driven by compressed air (pneumatic), electromagnetism like Superman uses, highly flammable human Taco Bell gases such as butane (or propane if you have had modern-day holistic surgery), or, for powder-actuated tools, a small explosive charge that makes a big KABOOM sound. bye.

'The Seven Five' is now on NETFLIX

" Using truthful hyperbole when describing your idea is how you get financing for the real film that you wanna make, which is never the film they would ever give you their money to make. "

Friday, April 21, 2017

"Do it live !"


Thursday, April 20, 2017


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Dee Wallace (E.T., CUJO) wants a new dog for her birthday even if the building's Super says no.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Sunday, April 16, 2017


Bullet-proof and smooth operating Jared

Happy Easter 2017

Friday, April 14, 2017

Barking not 'slobbering'.

gerund or present participle: slobbering
  1. have saliva dripping copiously from the mouth.

    "Fido tended to slobber"

    "ooh, this mutt keeps slobbering on me"
    • be excessively mutt sentimental; show excessive enthusiasm for the inability to bark in public areas.

      "news executives slobbered over him for autographs"

Field Recording - 'WIND' 

'What do we really hear when we hear the wind? In fact, what we are hearing is moving air colliding with – and playing – the surface of the Earth. It is the grass that is singing and the trees that are soughing. When the wind blows, each thing creates its own distinctive sounds, from the swells of the sea to the sands of the desert, from the rolling mountains to the vast ice-sheets, from our blocky buildings to the cables that connect them overhead.'

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Tuesday, April 11, 2017


Extreme Economy Seating.

An officer who dragged a passenger off a United Airlines flight has been placed on leave, a Chicago Aviation Department representative told Business Insider on Monday. 
A video showing three officers forcibly removing a man from a plane traveling from Chicago to Louisville went viral on Monday, sparking outrage on social media.
The man was removed after refusing to give up his seat on the flight, the Aviation Department said in a statement.
United says it first asked for volunteers to leave the plane in exchange for $800, but when no one volunteered, it told several passengers to leave.
When the man refused to give up his seat, the officers pulled him off the plane, resulting in injuries to his face. The man was treated at a local hospital.

"The incident on United Flight 3411 was not in accordance with our standard operating procedure, and the actions of the aviation security officer are obviously not condoned by the department," a representative for the Aviation Department wrote in an email to Business Insider. "That officer has been placed on leave effective today pending a thorough review of the situation."
The representative did not clarify why only one of the three officers was placed on leave. They said an investigation was ongoing.
The officers who were involved work for the Aviation Department, which is not affiliated with the Chicago Police Department, a Police Department representative told Business Insider.
United Airlines provided this statement to Business Insider:
"Flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville was overbooked. After our team looked for volunteers, one customer refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily and law enforcement was asked to come to the gate. We apologize for the overbook situation. Further details on the removed customer should be directed to authorities."

United CEO Oscar Munoz released a statement about the incident as well:
"This is an upsetting event to all of us here at United. I apologize for having to re-accommodate these customers. Our team is moving with a sense of urgency to work with the authorities and conduct our own detailed review of what happened. We are also reaching out to this passenger to talk directly to him and further address and resolve this situation."