General Press Release: Correction re Capitol of the USA

By | March 22, 2017

General Press Release:  Correction re Capitol of the USA (United States of America).  Location error to be corrected to avoid incorrect information. Earlier today, due to a typographical error, a Twitter sent on the Tweet account of LZ Lark incorrectly stated that the Capitol of the United States of America is Fairbanks, Alaska.  This was, in fact, incorrect.… Read More »

Pulp Romance: A Short and Rocky Affair on the Sunset Strip

By | March 7, 2017

He saw her in a waterhole on the Sunset Strip.  She was hunched over a whiskey and a bad life.  It was pulp romance, L.A. style, a short and rocky affair. Her hair, like her skirt, was long and unkempt.  Neither her hair nor her skirt had ever met a comb or an iron.  While this was obvious,… Read More »

Animal Kingdom on TNT is the Sunny, California Treatment

By | February 22, 2017

Animal Kingdom on TNT gives the dark Australian movie the California treatment replete with muscle cars, sunny beaches, surfing, and long-haired hunks. Throw in a heavy dose of criminal mayhem and this is a violent summertime joy ride behind the handlebars of a superbike or on top of a gnarly wave.  If that floats your boat, then Animal… Read More »

Miami Vice Movie Did Justice to the Sonny Crockett Legacy

By | February 7, 2017

The Miami Vice movie did justice to the legacy of the television series, in general, and that of Sonny Crockett, in specific, paying both due homage. Although some critics may have been less than impressed with this 2006 effort, and the general public possibly lukewarm, hardcore fans of the Miami Vice television series can find many things to like… Read More »

Murder is a Laughing Matter in Body Complications Web Series

By | January 24, 2017

Langton Productions, the work of Calsey Langton, has produced five humorous installments of murderous fun, the Body Complications web series. The five-part Body Complications web series addresses the recurring nightmare I am sure we have both suffered which is how to dispose of that dead body we just created.  What?  You don’t think like that?  Well, I do,… Read More »

Tom Ford Directed A Single Man Before Nocturnal Animals

By | January 16, 2017

Tom Ford helmed A Single Man, his 2009 directorial debut, before the recently released Nocturnal Animals (2016), his second film as director. The designer aesthetic of Tom Ford pours through virtually every single frame of A Single Man.  Many of the shots during the movie look as if they were ripped straight from the pages of GQ magazine… Read More »

Film, A ‘Pitch-Dark’ Diorama, Explores Parallel Worlds

By | December 15, 2016

The film, A ‘Pitch-Dark’ Diorama, explores parallel worlds both real and fictional by examining a writer’s personal life and its effect on his characters. Alas, if it were only that simple.  Keep in mind this entire 2016 film, A ‘Pitch-Dark’ Diorama, is a creation, a work of fiction in and of itself.   A novelist is deep in… Read More »