When a Star Dies, the Sky Weeps

I wrote a review for THE MISFITS (1961) about ten years ago. The film still resonates with me fifty years after its release. There was a sweetness, yet a sadness about the whole movie, and death hovered very near all who were in it. Gable, Monroe, and Clift were soon to depart. Eli Wallach was … Continue reading When a Star Dies, the Sky Weeps


David’s View

I received an email from David Gilmour this morning. He is still in Idaho,  becoming Mr. Natural, living the green life. He makes some good points, per usual. I thought I would share them. Glenn: We are going into a non-print, digi-visual world even for common media news.  Lots of people don't read anything. Our … Continue reading David’s View