Taped in Orlando by Tollin/Robbins Prods. Exec producers, Brian Robbins, Mike Tollin. Co-exec producers, Dan Schneider, Kim Bass.
On the page, Eugene O'Neill's "Hughie" is as short as it is slight, a one-act , two-character exercise that seems little more than a secondary (if nicely rounded) scene in one of the playwright's…
The package spans four decades (the '30s through the '60s), and the titles include "It Happened One Night," "Dr. Strangelove," "The Lion in Winter," "Suddenly Last Summer," "Holiday" and "Picnic."
Reprising the successful formula (low humor/high spirits, to paraphrase one song) of Howard Crabtree's previous Off Broadway hit "Whoop-Dee-Doo!," the new "Howard Crabtree's When Pigs Fly" is a…
Anyone looking to characterize the stuff Hollywood foists upon the public as vile, vulgar and unentertaining need look no further than "The Fan." Utterly bankrupt artistically, psychologically and…
Oddly, Corea's personal triumph came in the guise of an homage to yet another pianist, Bud Powell, whose recording of "Parisian Thoroughfare" could be heard over the sound system as a ghostly…
The latest feature spinoff from the campy HBO horror-comedy series is another cheesy goulash of smart-alecky humor and full-bore gore, spiced with more shots of topless lovelies than you'd find in a…
Narrator: Jennifer Maytorena Taylor.
The sudden impotence of all the men in Cairo becomes a hot political issue in Sherif Arafa's overlong but initially quite amusing satire "Sleeping in Lullaby Honey." Arafa gets a lot of mileage from…
A B&W shoestringer that plays like "Ossessione" rewritten by Jim Thompson, "Fools Die Fast" has its moments. Largely shot on a single set, and played in a style halfway between noir parody and Off…