Screening Block for INSPIRE US Announced for Wavestock

If you are in Staten Island, NY and want to see Milan Lazistan’s INSPIRE US sci-fi music video on the big screen, it will be screening Saturday, October 15th in the 4:30pm block at Flagship Brewery (40 Minthorne St, Staten Island, NY 10301). There will be NO COVER CHARGE this year! Come down and join us for fun!

INSPIRE US Music Video Coming to Wavestock October 15th

Got the news this morning that our music video “Inspire Us” for Milan Lazistan’s album MUSIC AT MIDNIGHT was selected to screen at the Wavestock Film Festival in Staten Island, NY on October 15! It was absolutely some of the most fun we ever had working on a production. The event will take place at Flagship Brewery on 40 Minthorne Street. Stay tuned for more news about the screening time and block. Congrats to everyone!

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – MARS ATTACKS! (1996)

This latest Unfinished Business TELEVISION DEEP DIVE looks back at Tim Burton’s first stumbling block, MARS ATTACKS! How did a satire of 70s disaster movies go so horribly wrong? Who were some other big-name stars who refused to join its cast of who’s who at the time? What other Topps Trading Card craze did Burton consider before this? Find out, learn more, and SUBSCRIBE!

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS (2001)

Before the CW’s Riverdale, there was one live-action trip down Archie’s hometown in Universal’s adaptation of JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS. Unfinished Business TELEVISION takes a DEEP DIVE into this misunderstood musical comedy with Rachel Leigh Cook, Tara Reid, and an up-and-coming Rosario Dawson leading the way. Was it meant for kids or to please teens? Was it the last of a bygone era known as the early 2000s? And who were the pop queens originally considered for Dawson’s role? Find out, comment, like, and SUBSCRIBE!

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – I HEART HUCKABEES (2004)

This edition of Unfinished Business TELEVISION’s DEEP DIVE looks at David O. Russell’s “existential comedy”, I HEART HUCKABEES. It’s an all-star cast featuring Dustin Hoffman, Lily Tomlin, Jude Law, Mark Wahlberg, Naomi Watts, Jason Schwartzman, and Isabelle Hupert. Despite its critical praise at the time, the film has become more infamous for its behind the scenes shenanigans than anything else. What happened? Find out, comment, like, and SUBSCRIBE!

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE (1995)

The last DEEP DIVE for this month’s Unfinished Business TELEVISION gets dark with Todd Solondz’s breakthrough comedy, WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE. This is not your average coming-of-age story, which launched the careers of Heather Matarazzo, Brendan Sexton III, and Eric Mabius. Why was it such a surprise success? Find out and learn more!

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – BULLETPROOF (1996)

The latest DEEP DIVE for this month’s Unfinished Business goes hard on BULLETPROOF, the Adam Sandler and Damon Wayans attempt at a 48 HRS.-style action comedy. We’ll look at why it didn’t work and how it affected the career of its director, Ernest Dickerson. Plus, who was originally slated to star in the Damon Wayans role? Find out, comment, and SUBSCRIBE!

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – THE GOLDEN CHILD (1986)

The chosen one of this week’s Unfinished Business TELEVISION DEEP DIVE is Eddie Murphy’s first attempt at a PG-13 fantasy adventure, THE GOLDEN CHILD. How did a serious detective story intended for Mel Gibson become a Beverly Hills Cop-like comedy vehicle for Eddie? Plus we share our first experiences with the movie, how it was supposed to launch an Indiana Jones-like franchise for Eddie, and who the other A-list filmmakers that Eddie sought for this misunderstood epic.

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SUPERMAN LOVER: A Music Video Parody

This is an experimental parody shot pre-pandemic to showcase our love for DC Comics and the Justice League. It is not intended to be taken seriously…. at all.

“SUPERMAN LOVER”

Directed by André Joseph

Concept by André Joseph & Michael Schiavo

Based on the song “Superman Lover” by Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson from the album “Ain’t That a Bitch”

CAST
SUPERMAN – Frank Santanastaso
BATMAN – Michael Schiavo
ROBIN – Gaspare Randazzo
WONDER WOMAN – Xandra Stegmaier
GREEN LANTERN – Albert Albanese
SUPERGIRL – Tori Smith

Production Assistant Chris Galassi

Visual Effects by Stormsvisual

Filmed on location in Staten Island, NY.

Footage from SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE and LOIS & CLARK owned by Warner Bros.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – THE HEAVENLY KID (1985)

On this edition of Unfinished Business Television’s DEEP DIVE, hosts Jeff Gallashaw and André Joseph look back at a little 80s cult classic, THE HEAVENLY KID. This reverse Back to the Future meets Teen Wolf meets Heaven Can’t Wait stars Lewis Smith (BUCKAROO BANZAI), Jason Gedrick (IRON EAGLE), Mark Metcalf (ANIMAL HOUSE), an unknown Jane Kaczmarek before MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE, and the legendary Richard Mulligan. Armed with a surprisingly hot soundtrack by George Duke, how did this charming romantic comedy get lost in the shuffle? Find out and learn more!

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