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CIMM Fest’s Carmine Cervi does a scene


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“I hate to say this, but at the time, (late 70’s) it was like the smart people liked punk and the dumb people liked Journey.” –Howie Klein, President Reprise Records

Pay Per View

How We Watch

I believe that the film industry is beginning to go through a similar transmogrification, as did the music industry back in the early 80’s.

In the past two weeks I’ve invested in no fewer than 4 pay-per-view movies;


I challenge any of my readers, I think there are at least two of you (thanks Mom), to tell me what was good about any of these abominations.

With Video-on-Demand becoming a reality, methinks film aficionados like myself will begin ignoring the weekend B.O. hype and multi-million marketing campaigns.

Theater owners are already feeling this threat and trying to figure out how to handle it.

Downloading/Streaming story-driven films will become the norm.

Just like Indie Music caught the big record companies with their pants down, so will the ‘New Wave’ of Indie Film.

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