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By Ernest Kearney - The Great Biden/Trump "Liar-Liar, Pants on Fire" 2024 Scorecard Game at last!

By Ernest Kearney — At the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival, "The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign" —written and performed by

"Toshanisha – The New Normal" is a collaboration between South America’s Os Satyros and Africa’s Bold Theatre Kenya, and

By Ernest Kearney — A friend poised a question to me. She had encountered, in a brief stretch of time, three people who launched

By Ernest Kearney — First of all, I don’t expect you to read this letter. Truthfully, I don’t expect you’ll ever be aware it

By Ernest Kearney — The Star-Spangled Banner has had a rather checkered history. As most readers will remember from high school

Ernest Kearney — I love it when I’m describing a film to someone and I see that pallid perturbed look of perplexity slowly pervade

by Ernest Kearney — Everyone should read Montaigne;* though he wrote nearly 500 years ago, there is hardly a writer today who speaks with

By Ernest Kearney — These are trying times, no argument, but there is much that can be learned through adversity. Now I have always

By Ernest Kearney — In his 1944 play No Exit, Jean-Paul Sartre famously penned, “Hell is other people.” In The Dog

By Ernest Kearney — This year the TVO crew and I saw 76 shows and from those, here are THE TVOLUTION 2019 Fringe Awards…

By Ernest Kearney — Fear and the pain we deny are the cancers of the soul. Having been raised in the Solid

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Pretty Dead Girl – A Musical Necromance."  There’s a title that holds promise, wouldn’t you say? Written by

By Ernest Kearney  —  It always pleases me when I revisit a film after many years and find that it’s as good as I

by Ernest Kearney  —  Imagine if Donald Trump was president for life, that all the TV stations were operated by Fox News and that

by Ernest Kearney — Forough Farrokhzad was the subject of Sussan Deyhim’s The House is Black which I recently reviewed at the Wallis Annenberg

by Ernest Kearney  —  I do have a soft spot for weird sci-fi flicks - The History of Future Folk (2013), John Carpenter’s Dark

For the most part, Korean cinema has not rung the dong for me. I Saw the Devil (2010) Kim Jee-woon’s brutal and bloody psychological thriller gained,

What does this all mean? A flashy, vulgar celebrity/businessman runs for public office with no prior experience except having run a beauty pageant.  His sound

The intended purpose of this monthly column is to bring to the attention of cinema junkies those odd and typically genre defying films which