Ashokan Falls – 15

“You know about the festival this weekend?” Cort asked as they turned and began to follow the tracks of the tow truck, Onyx plodding behind them. His tone was light and almost boyish. “The wine festival?” “Yeah, wine. Not something I know much about. That’s all Tina’s, Siobhan’s, and both Maxes kit and caboodle. But Read More …

April 7th, 1964

And a Happy Birthday to a man of many faces…

Russell’s…doppleganger?!

So, as a fan of Star Wars…and a fan of Han Solo specifically, I was excited to hear about plans for a YOUNG Han Solo movie to be released by Disney in the sometime near future. However, I was NOT so excited to see who they chose to play the young Corellian. Seriously?! He looks Read More …

Website News

This is just a brief note for everyone who has been visiting our page: welcome and thank you for coming! We hope you like what you are finding here. As mentioned in a much earlier post, this site/blog/archive is a Work In Progress as we bring old stories out of mothballs and reinstate them in Read More …

Laboratory Report

So, in light of the news that Russell will be next working on a reprise of the 1930s version of The Mummy (w/ Boris Karloff), I went dashing off into the internet to rediscover all my favorite information haunts in relation to ancient Egypt. My fascination with that period of history started with a grade Read More …

Wake Me Up Before You Go, Go!

And now, auditioning to join that 80′s pop sensation WHAM! This is a very young Russell Crowe doing…NO WAIT! STOP! This is a young musician named Russ Le Roq, who was not quite the sensation of a George Michael or even an Andrew Ridgeley (seen here: https://youtu.be/pIgZ7gMze7A). Many of you may not remember Russ Le Roq. Read More …

1 Natalia – Crowe’s Point

Natalia – Bud Story (Point) Author: Taffey   A chirping bird caught his attention. Bud found himself daydreaming again. He couldn’t fathom why he started this annoying habit lately. Old age? He shook that thought off quickly. Thirty-two did not equate to ‘old age’. He sighed. The persistent robin hopped closer. Bud realized he had Read More …

Review: “The Nice Guys”

A review by Mike from CW Atlanta: Jackson is a part that isn’t easy to do, but Crowe plays off Gosling brilliantly, giving his character a world-weary menace. Crowe’s Jackson is a man who likes that his room is above a seedy comedy club. To Jackson it’s not unusual to be holding a bag of Read More …