Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Classic Raiders!

Hey, check this out, it's fun...

Raiders 1950 Style

Soundtrack For Adventure

You real travelers know what I'm talking about...

Arequipa

Monday, May 21, 2012

Original Film In Production

If you haven't seen the latest teaser, here it is...

Click Here


Sunday, May 20, 2012

The Phantom Empire

If you haven't seen it, it's worth a look! I own a copy...

The Phantom Empire


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

King Kong (1933) In Color

Here's a glimpse from the version televised a few years back..............King Kong


Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Alternative Universe -- May 19

I will be speaking at the third Alternative Universe iConference on Saturday May 19th. This is an online conference that you can view from home for only $10...Check it out!

Monday, May 7, 2012

Latest "Hell's Bells" Teaser

Check out the latest teaser for my film currently in production...Hell's Bells


Sunday, May 6, 2012

Where Is Adventure Going? Series

In the coming months, I will post articles and links asking the question Where Is Adventure Going? i.e. what is it's future? Quite frankly, politics and the economy in the US have everyone here a bit obsessed with politics and the economy, and when you throw in the ADHD level of focus, it's no wonder 'reality TV' has taken root. Why should producers put money into writers, sets, costumes and exotic locations when they can just go to the exotic location but shitcan the story and point the camera at the latest 'unique person' doing their 'thing'? Admittedly, I am OK with Josh Gates' Destination Truth, Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations, the variety of Indiana Jones wannabes on the History Channel or Discovery, etc, and some other archeology or travel shows, because these shows capture certain essences of adventure (For me, travel is associated with adventure). But more people watch bickering housewives and traffic cops and guys who haggle over abandoned storage lockers than those adventure associated shows, alas. This is a reflection of what is happening to pure adventure as entertainment, a sometimes seeming lack of interest in our beloved genre.

So, it's this apparent lack of interest I will be addressing from time to time here at the blog, starting with this article on adventure gaming... Who Killed Adventure Games?




Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Lost City of Z

Here's a very interesting segment from Book TV featuring the author of the book being made into a film...

David Grann on BookTV




King Kong Adventure!

Adventure Miscellanea...

Here's a vintage animated commercial for my favorite candy bar...Made by George Pal, apparently...

Mounds