The next series of technology classes that I teach at the Plainville Senior Center begin this month. “Exploring Social Media” will introduce the incredible content and interactions available through YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Tumblr. Plus an introduction to blogging. Class size is limited and sign-ups begin today. Classes […]

Sign-ups Today for Tech Class

On Friday, The Great Movies Roadshow will be delivering ten new titles for screening by Apheresis (blood platelets) donors at the Red Cross of Farmington, CT. The films will be available from 2/5/16 to 2/19/16. Buy from Amazon These are titles selected from Roger Ebert’s book, The Great Movies, and provided free of charge from my […]

New Movies at Red Cross Farmington

Now available in the media library is the Criterion Collection edition of Alfred Hitchcock’s Foreign Correspondent. The film is beautifully restored by the brilliant technicians working for Criterion. Here is a brief demonstration of the work these people are doing.      

New to the collection: Foreign Correspondent

Had a Gamers Box event on Sunday in Windham, CT.  Snapped this photo just as we were packing up.

Windham Sunset

I was going through an old folder of images and found this. This is the cover art I designed for the Iron Maiden album created by my friend and former colleague, Justin Glenn. Justin has the good fortune of being a regular guest at Iron Maiden events, as well as […]

The 5th Dentist

Just finished a new article for Taste of Cinema. It’s the best films about the creative process. The editor wanted to keep the list down to 15 films. You will have to wait for the article to see which films made the list, but here are a few I considered but didn’t […]

New Article – Best Films about Creativity

Buy on Amazon Are you a creative type? Do you find yourself often blocked for ideas? Does that get you down? You should read Steven Pressfield’s The War of Art. The book breaks down in no uncertain terms the root of the problem and shows you how to defeat it. […]

The War of Art

The Movie Bunker is proud to present David Lynch’s Eraserhead.   Presented in pristine high-definition, from The Criterion Collection (copy on loan). This screening is SOLD OUT  

Midnight Movie: Eraserhead

The sad, growing fraternity of steroid users publicly shamed for their transgressions is no longer limited to star athletes. A report released by The Daily Planet, reveals that Superman tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in 2004, and goes on to suggest that even more serious substances may have been […]

Superman Tests Positive for PED

Ok, actually, it’s still in development…and has been since 1999. But we’re starting to hear good things. This gag first appeared on the original Tonight On The Web and features artwork by Michael Hand, as well as my first attempt at web design. It also carried a disclaimer. May cause […]

Now in development…