July 7th, 2009

Cinema Dave  Swashbuckling ournalist and

"The End of the Living" headlines a summer of shorts



Directed by Tommy Nelson, this short horror film features Rachel Galvin. "The End of the Living" will be screening this Sunday, Jul. 12, at 5 p.m. at the BMC Cinema in Palm Beach (off PGA Blvd.) Other shorts will be featured. Ticket-- $5.

As a short subject, "The End of the Living" suffers from too many characters within too many story lines. This short subject would have worked better by concentrating upon either the pregnant girlfriend (Galvin) or the warehouse workers who find something disgusting in the garbage.

That said, given the Memorial Service in Los Angeles on this sunny July 7th day, take a peak at this spooky video from CNN;



Ghosts? Zombies? Vampires?
You decide.

Cinema Dave  Swashbuckling ournalist and

"And that's the way it is"

"And that's the way it is" was Walter Cronkite's sign off phrase when he was with CBS News until 1981.

At this moment in history,
President Barrack Obama is speaking to students at the Moscow New Economic School.
Saturday Night Live Founding Writer Al Franken is being sworn into the United States Senate to begin his six year term and the remains of Michael Jackson is stopping traffic in Los Angeles, California.

One wonders if the circus known as the Michael Jackson Memorial would have been the number one story when Walter Cronkite was news director for CBS News.