Lust, Greed and Murder Culminate in the True Crime Gay Thriller, KING COBRA

By Steve V. Rodriguez Written and directed by Justin Kelly (I Am Michael), the gay porn true crime drama starring James Franco, Christian Slater, Garrett Clayton (Hairspray Live!) and Keegan Allen (Pretty Little Liars)  premiered to strong critical acclaim with critics praising the film as “the Boogie Nights of gay porn” at the 2016 Tribeca […] Click to read more »

Joely Fisher & Connie Stevens in "Search Engines"

Film Festival Favs Finally Find Home at a Theatre Near You by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev

The year is winding down and the big studios are releasing their top Oscar contenders so some smaller films might get lost in the shuffle. It’s not that independent movies can’t get Oscar nominated – but first to be considered they must play in New York and Los Angeles for one week by year’s end. […] Click to read more »

Darren Criss in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"

It Feels a Bit Like Broadway in the Bay Area by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev

Theatre in the Bay Area is literally singing the sounds of Broadway. “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” may be finished on Broadway, but some of the New York cast as taken the show on the road. Darren Criss, from TV’s “Glee,” played the role towards the end of its New York run, and brings his […] Click to read more »


Australian Fashion Designer, Natalie Rolt Stands Out at New York Fashion Week for Spring 2017

Australian fashion designer, Natalie Rolt shined in the Fashion Palette runway show that showcased nine designer’s from Australia. Fashion Palette is an Australian fashion agency designed to help fashion designers expand their businesses via annual runway platforms by connecting designers with industry professionals, consumers, media and buyers. Out of all the designers presented at Fashion […] Click to read more »


Rosenthal Tee Looks for Inspiration from her Homeland, The Philippines for New York Fashion Week

Rosenthal Tee captured the romance and allure of Spring when she presented her second collection for New York Fashion Week looking ahead to Spring 2017. From creamy whites, lavender shades and amazing usage of sheer fabrics, silks and billowy organzas, Tee constructed a vision of beauty that captivated the audience. Well selected models embodied the […] Click to read more »


In a Sea of 90 Minute Live Show Extravaganzas in Vegas, THE Show to See is BAZ!

By: Steve V. Rodriguez Whether you’re into his latest Netflix show, “The Get Down” or not, one can’t deny Baz Luhrmann’s imaginative influence on film from “Strictly Ballroom”, “Romeo & Juliet”, “Moulin Rouge” and “The Great Gatsby”. These four films are part of a current show from the For the Record producers entitled, “BAZ – […] Click to read more »


Rubin Singer Goes “Into the Deep” with a Stunning Exhibit and Collection for New York Fashion Week Spring 2017

Rubin Singer debuted his mind blowing Spring 2017 collection for New York Fashion Week in a truly captivating and brilliant presentation  that took the route of an installation art exhibit versus a traditional runway show, or even a presentation featuring live models. The all-day installation allowed a larger pooling of press, buyers and insiders the […] Click to read more »


Dinner and a Classic or Cult Movie has Never Been more Fun than at The Metrograph – NYC

By: Steve V. Rodriguez Catching a flick used to be a fun outing with friends until over hyped blockbusters and umpteen sequels dominated our multiplex cinemas, plus it now seems like one needs to allot 25 extra minutes for too many trailers and commercials. Thank goodness for the current trend of offering customers an experience […] Click to read more »


“Little Men” – A Perfect Showcase For a Cinema Auteur

By Kevin M. Thomas @ReelKev First and foremost, let’s clear the air. Director/writer Ira Sachs is not the heir to the Goldman Sachs dynasty so people shouldn’t wonder why he turns to crowd funding to make movies. With that out of the way, he was more than accommodating in discussing his latest film, “Little Men,” […] Click to read more »