Showing posts from March, 2010


The film marks the fourth collaboration between director Martin Scorsese and the handsome and extremely talented Leonardo DiCaprio and starts off with a ferry docking on foggy Shutter island/ Ashecliffe Hospital, America's highest security mental asylum for the criminal insane...The oustanding story line is an investigation that slowly leads audience into a slow descent into madness and a fascinating exploration of human’s mind.
Masterfully directed and portrayed, with a very Hitchockian style, and a surprising ending, Shutter Island definitely is one of the best thrillers I have seen in years!
Go see it!


"Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms, and the autumn moon is bright"

A foggy wood, a grim manor, a mystery...Danny Elfman at his best with a fabulous score! A good horror movie for all the werewolves fans, certainly one of the best made on the subject, the film also features some of the best werewolves transformations sequences ever created. A very entertaining moment with outstanding action sequences, even if the film could have been a little longer. (I think Aberline character could be more developed, as well as the romance between Lawrence/the wolfman and Gwen)
Fortunately, I have heard an extended cut will be released on dvd this Summer.

Brigitte Nielsen

Just wanted to thank actress Brigitte Nielsen, for the lovely note she sent me. I was honored to hear from you!


A quick update on what I've been up to:

I'm currently working on several treatments for some upcoming screenplays projects.
my most recent scripts including "the programmer" adapted from James Willits terrifying novel need a synopsis, and I'm also revising the first draft of my DRACULA screenplay written back in 2006: DRACULA GENESIS.For the fans of the legendary vampire, I will post several pages of this screenplay on my site and on this blog in the upcoming weeks.

As you can see, I have a few busy days ahead!