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Earthquakes in the Entertainment Landscape



By David Outten, Production Editor Predicted long ago by Movieguide®, the landscape of the entertainment industry is shaking violently. The latest loser is Blockbuster’s video stores. Blockbuster recently announced the closure of their remaining DVD rental stores. The rising star, … Continue reading

SHAME on Fox Searchlight



    By David Outten, Production Editor Fox Searchlight Pictures, a subsidiary of News Corp., has purchased the US. rights to distribute the movie SHAME about  sex addiction and incest. The movie is so offensive it is fully expected to … Continue reading

Look Out, Netflix and iTunes!



Target Launching Digital Service with Parental Controls Fueled by an uptick in its financial status, retail giant Target is launching its own digital movie, TV, video service on Oct. 1, to compete with services at companies such as Netflix, iTunes, … Continue reading

Hollywood’s Drug Culture and You



By Tom Snyder, Editor In the past six years, the entertainment industry has lost Heath Ledger, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman to drug overdoses. Now, my niece’s husband just died from a drug overdose. Michael … Continue reading

Duck Dynasty: A Real-Life Hollywood Drama



By Jared Lafitte, Contributing Writer Let’s make a good, old-fashioned Hollywood drama.  Here’s the plot sketch:  A money-hungry cable network is searching for a new reality TV show to boost their ratings. They’re fresh out of ideas when a marketing … Continue reading

Who Will Remember Allison?



  By George M. Weaver It was a beautiful Atlanta spring day in May 1987, but it was the worst day of my life. An early morning biopsy delivered the devastating news that my beloved wife, Allison, had breast cancer … Continue reading

 

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