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  G2 Green Earth Film Festival – Opening Night Friday, October 17th, 6:30 – 9:30pm All screenings and activities are free Please join us for our openi
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G2 Green Earth Film Festival – Day Two – The G2 Gallery

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Oct. 17-19 – Second Annual G2 Green Earth Film Festival

The G2 Green Earth Film Festival returns with screenings, food, drinks, live music, valet and more – all 100% free
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George Clinton Interview

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Doug Klug Experienced&talented Drummer profile!

Doug Klug is an  A. Experienced & talented drummer!  I have known him for over 20 years! He has played with many “hot monster players!” The Platters, the late JJ “bad boy” Jones local late talen who played with Guitar Slim etc. Just to name a few! Also Larry Davis mentor for STevie Ray Vaugahn & Davis played with President Clinton in Arkansas!  Doug has a band that can play everything from 70s t o 90s!  If yo uwant to book him for a show,clubcollege Or cruise etc. contact e. Rev. Dr.Larrys skuce phd, a email:larryskuce@yahoo.com B.ph#(310)394-8732.  I will tell you more about him later!

Quenton Tarantino cont. from Comico 2014. By Rev. Dr. Larry skuce phd.

Q.Do yo uhave any hand in drawing?  I know you’re not a stranger to animation! qt: Twenty years ago when I was going around the world on movie promos!  I was never able to draw when I was younger!  But a friend of mine was a sketch artist, & he sort of taught me! When I was prmoting Resovoir dogs, I started getting into it.  I’m only good @ drawing caricatures of myself!  Like if I was in England, I’d be me & a bobby, or in Scotland it would be me & nessy!  Then it kind of went away. Q. When does this sequel take place?  Qt:  They’re both older!  MW: We’re just on the cusp of the civil war.  One thing we can reveal is that Djangos not with Brunhilda.  He blew up a whole plantation of white people, so he’s had to sprate himself from her for her own safety!

QT:  He dropped her of in Philadelphia & she’s working for the abolitionists.  She’s telling her story to make money!

RH:  That was real business!  People doing lecture tours to make money for the movement!  She would have been the perfect poster girl!

Qt:  Meanwhile,Django is

still a bounty hunter.  Q.What is your favorite scene in a movie of yours?  Qt:  I actually think the best scenes I ever wrote are the Hans Landa & the French farmer scene in Inglorious Bastards, & in the first script I ever wrote , True Romance, the whole “Sicilian” scene between Dennis Hopper & Christopher Walken.  I like all the stuff I’d done after that but I knew I’d never topped that scene!  When I wrote the scene in Inglorious bastards,  I thought “I finally Matched it!”  What was weird, once I wrote that I couldn’t write the rest of the story!  I had to put it away, but I knew I had to finish it because it was to good a scene to go to waste!

Comic-Con 2014 MTV live

Comic-Con external 2014 downtown sandiego shot by: Arthur Utnehmer /Art Utnehmer

 

Linkin Park MTV live 2014 shot by : Arthur Utnehmer

Batman Comic-Con panel Arkham Knight shot by: Teresa Utnehmer reviewed by: Larry Skuce

 

Comic-Con 2014:Quentin Tarantino on the Django-Zorro crossover,Cont.

qt: cont.  What I thought was such a great idea was taking the most famous fictional Mexican western hero, & putting him together with one of the most famous black western heroes!

rh:  They both have O @ the end of their name.  He said: Black & Brown fight together.”  What I like about Quenton is we have the same political agenda!

Zorro has met the Shadow, the Lone Ranger.   How is this going to differ?  How will you be blending the 2 Atmospheres?

matt Wagener:  They are both opposed to oppression!  Djangos approach is a little more personal, a little more deadly.  Django is civil war era, & Zorro comes into prime in 1815, so I thought maybe we’ll have a new incarnation!  But Quenton shot it down, he said :  “No it has to be old!  I t has to be your Zorro!” &that instantly worked for me!  Quenton brought p that after years & yeasr of posing as the top Don Diego de la Vega, he has kind of become fastidious @ old & he likes cucumber sandwiches!

QT:  he’s dedicated to teatime.  & his prairie perfumes.  But don’t get us wrong!  He puts on his costume & kicks ass!

What did Jamie Foxx think about Zorro & Django meeting up?

Qt:  I bumped into him a few months ago & he thought it was a fantastic idea!  He was like:  “Can we make a movie of this?  I’m their Man!  Lets get Antonio!  lets do this!”

Comic-con 2014: Quenton Tarantino on The Django-Zorro crossover Cont.

Quenton Tarantino:  I loved the idea!  One of the things that I liked so much, I grew up reading western comics & entertainment in general, whether it was the Zorro comics, or the Disney show, Or Zorros fighting Legend!  What I thought was such a great idea was taking the most famous fictional Mexican western hero, & putting him together with one of the most famous black western heroes!

RH : They both have O @ the end of their name!  H e said: “black & brown fight together! ”  What I like about Quenton is we have the same political agenda!

Zorro has met other people in the Dynamite universe, he’s met the Shadow, the Lone Ranger.  How is this going to differ?  How will you be blending the two

atmospheres?

Matt Wagner:  They are both Opposed to oppression>  Djangos approach is a little more personal, a little more deadly.  Django is civil war era, & Zorro comes into prime in 1815, So,I thought maybe we’ll have a new incarnation.  But Quenton shot it down, he said: “No it has to be old.  It has to be your Zorro,” & that instatntly worked for me!  Quenton brought up that after years & years of posing as the fop Don diego de la Vega, he has kind of become that character.  He’s become fastidious & old & he likes cucumber sandwiches.

QT: He’s dedicated to teatime.  & his praire perfumes.  But don’t get us wrong!  He puts on his costume & kicks ass!

Comic-Con 2014: Quenton Tarantino on the Django-Zorro crossover

Director joins panel Q&A on Dynamite’s comic book sequel to his western, & confirms next project The Hateful Eight!  By Emma-Lee moss.  Posted by:Rev. Dr. Larry Skuce phd.  Quenton Tarantino attends Dynamites 10 th, anniversary panel @ Comic-Con in San Diego,California! The publishing Co. Dynamite Entertainment,which celebrates its 1o th anniversary this year, will publish the first non-film sequel to a Quenton Tarantino movie in November, with a comic book featuring Django Unchained’s Django alongside Zorro,  the long-running character from the Dynamite universe.

Senior figures from Dynamite gathered @ Comic-Con in San Dieg, California, todiscuss the Django/Zorro crossover & premiere its artwork, along with is writer, Matt Wagner, Django Unchained producer, Reginald Hudlin, & Tarantino,who was the main draw!

The panel discussed the genesis of the idea briefly, then opened the floor to questions, mostly from Tarantino fans but with a fair number expressing a particular interest in the crossover & the Dynamite stable as a whole!

Tarantino,using theword “mate”enough to come across alittle pirate like or like a person from Australia!  Tarantino was friendly & conversational, dropping hints about future projects, &offering @ one point encouragement to a filmmaker fan.  He also confirmed that The Hateful 8, aforthcoming film whose future was in doubt after a script leak, was going ahead!

The following was recoded on my “ancient analog audio tape recorder!” By Rev. Dr. Larry Skuce phd.

Q: Who approached who about doing this collaboration?

Reginald Hudlin: Nick (Barrucci of Dynamite Entertainment) & I have been friends for a long time & as Django Unchained was about to come out, before it had even premiered, Nick called me up & said:  “I’ve got an idea: Django meets Zorro.”  So me & Quenton had dinner & I told him the idea, & Quenton said…

Quenton Tarantino:  I loved the idea!  One of the things that I liked so much, I grew up reading westerm comics & entertainment in general, whether it was the Zorro comics, or the Disney show, or Zorros Fighting legend!  I will add more to this Q& a later! For now happy trails. Revdr larryskuce phd. Over & out!

Comicon 2014! From Lincoln Park thursdayjuly 25-2014 to Quenton Tarantino! By Rev. Dr. larry skuce phd.

Rev. Dr. Larry skuce phd. vice president of freestuffla.com magazine (over 50,000 circulation!)  First I would like to thank A. Karen & the awesome people who helped me get press credentials that made this all possible!B.& also I would like to thank Brittany & all the people @ mtv who helped me with some “unexpected problems @ the last minute! There is Quite a “back story here! Starting with Thursday parking was a “zoo!” on are way to Petco Park!” Luckily we found a “disabled parking place “all in blue!”  but time was of the essence!  We had to make it to get are passes & enter by 8pm!  I had my photographer drop us off go to find parking so we could be there before 8pm!  It reminded me of the classic film, “The great train robbery Where the action & camera went back & forth!  Theresa my photographer & video grapher was late so the lady @ The press table Gave her some slack & let her register after8pm!  Most of the people there were from comicon since Comicon pass holders we’re let in free with a pass!

I interviewed a security person & he told me that The stadium on the other side of the park was where the padres play!  Also he said”‘the rolling Stones had played there & Paul McCartney was going to play there in September 2014! He said it used to be a rundown area!  But they really re-vitalized the area!  Put new businesses there etc.  It was very controversial!  & there were many different investors involved!  We got one free burger & a free drink with are admission!

Linkin Park didn’t come on till 10:15!  Played some of the songs off their new album!  I will tell you more about the songs later! The drummer  was awesome!  He played many”off beats!  & was the “heart beat of the band! This band had “eclectic dynamics” Tastefully build up the “tension” then brought wall of sound back down!  They didn’t play a long set!  I heard that they we’re recording the concert live!  I will tell you more of the comicon  next 2 days  later!  After the concert I went back to Oceanside to spend the night in my directors tent!  that is another story within itself!  P.s We video taped Linkin Park live!  I will Share that with you later When the link is posted!g

Jersey Boys film review BY REV.dR.LARRY SKUCE PHD.

In the 60s &70s my “love affair focus!” on Black Rhythm & blues “warmed!” Elvis & Carl perkins!” Some of my first records that iboughtd singer that sang on the “higher registers!” I was told by my “backstage groupies that behind the scenes “gossip” was that many “acts didn’t want to appear after the 4 Seasons because they we’re so talented that thee acts didn’t want to be “blow Off the stage!”  As the slangwas back then! Probably they we’re jealous! I’ve been told by some of my black musician friends that here was also much jealousy against some of them in the “black community!” Both Bobby Hatfield & Franke valli we’re tenors of the”higher register.  I’m sure that every local town had one of these “troubadors of the “higher notes!”  My home town had Jeff Jobes Idon’t know if Im spelling his name correctly! or even if he’s still alive!  This was years late fifties & early 60s when Frank ZAppa was playing drums with bandslike the Ramblers! Headed by Jr madeo who later taught FrankZappa lead guitar on steps of Mission Bay High School!  Which Frank ZAppa, me larry Skuce Jr Madeo we’re all in the same year!  Jr Madeo no has a Fusion jazz band based in Atlanta. they have albums out!  & play in & around Atlanta!  Now I remember the “falsetto” is the “signature style that Frankie Valli There we’re some directors styles that I liked which Clint EAstwood used!  One was the fly on the wall techinique that showed “working class I talian family life!   “slice of life” what it was like being “raised in NewJersey for a young person on the streets hustle bustle!  In the “narration!” or was it one of the lines of the characters?  “GRowing up in New Jersey11Y ou had 3 choices how toget out! aMake it big in entertainment!be “hit” executed involved in a organized crime “mafia” crime scenario! or Become a politician Like “slim” Governor Christie!  Notice any, “sarcasm?!”  I fIget achance to interview, Clint Eastwood?!(Any body out there know how Icould contact this, “iconic actor/director?!  I would ask him who’s ideait was to use thenarrators actor/characters, in film to advance the plot & act as, “flies n the wall!” & explain & express the “subliminal foibles” of the characters in film!  I thought it was awesome &brilliant!..Did Eastwoodget this from Groucho Marx?  Who used it in his early Marx brothers films?  One of the most “iconic lines in the filmis almost “time shifting! another technique use by another Italian DirectorQuenton Tarantino! 4 guys under the “streetlight(my words!)when it was all stll ahead of us, the first time we made that sound, our sound!” allegedly written byRick Elice&Marshall Brickman!?”  It has it roots in a style that was big startingin late 50s to early60s $beyondLike thegroup thatmade ig hit”get a job!”  I think the style was called!  Do wop!  I might have the spelling incorrect! I was a goods speller in myouth but in my oldie but goodie age, I have to use “spell check!”  I also have a problem with grammar!  Does any body out there know if there is such a thing as “grammar check?”  Being a person who has some experience of life on the “road!” I think scene blowing nosein towel! Gavesome”flavor of being on the road!  Also,’family fights. & internal band battles gave us, what I call the, “recipe for a “hit song & or “hit film or tv show! “Relevant/ identificational universality!  And yo ucan quote me on that!  Not Bob Dylan!  But don’tforget to give me my “residuals!”For the “unitiated!” % off the top of the GROSS! NOT Off the top of the “net!” If they offer you that deal!  Don’t walk away!  Run away!  Their ripping you off!”Jersey Boys aDirected by Clint EAstwood/written by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice/Warner Bros. Isaw it @ Amc 7 in SAnta Monica 3rd st promenade.  Posted &written by Rev. Dr. larry Skuce phd.