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Posted On March 21, 2014 | No Comments

Heaven Can Wait is an unfaithful, enduring adaptation of Lazlo Bus-Fenketé’s (later, Leslie Bush-Fekete) 1934 Hungarian stage original, ‘Birthday.’ It was adapted by an admirable director of the era (the grandfather of the sophisticated comedy), Ernst Lubitsch. Longtime associate of [...]

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Posted On November 27, 2013 | No Comments

Director Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows, Trilogy of Terror) joins forces again with music composer Robert Cobert for this distinctive take on a werewolf flick.  Played over the opening credits and twice again throughout ’74′s Scream of [...]

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Posted On February 15, 2013 | No Comments

The lyrics to “Lunar” were begun as I was riding my bicycle down Chestnut St. in Philadelphia from the West into Center City. The aggressive sea of automobiles inspired the first few lines. Much of [...]

Night living rabbits
Posted On December 6, 2012 | No Comments

“Diego the bicyclist waits to check into the PGI hotel, where each room’s inhabitant seems more bizarre than the last, and the rabbits on the top floor have discovered the secret of voodoo, using electronics [...]

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Posted On November 27, 2013 | No Comments

Director Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows, Trilogy of Terror) joins forces again with music composer Robert Cobert for this distinctive take on a werewolf flick.  Played over the opening credits and twice again throughout ’74′s Scream of [...]