A great inspiration and visionary who seems to hold the direction if not the key to understanding the psyche realms of today’s reality. Garp’s work as a writer can only be described as thought provoking and beautiful. Reading T.S.Garp’s books one comes to realize that we are watching the growth of a multifaceted artist at work – D Stevens, Photojournalist & Filmmaker.
Enter an era in Hollywood’s most imaginative and speculative science come together, both classic and modern periods known as the science fiction genre that cinematically expanded the conventional based narratives of filmmaking and character definition with elements of fantasy and horror.
When French filmmaker Georges Méliès made Le voyage dans la lune (A Trip To The Moon) in 1902 it was considered to be the first science fiction film ever created. The next tremendously influential and landmark film came from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis in 1927, an impressive and visually stunning motion picture full of German Expressionism. Born from the pages of novels and pulp magazines, intrepid filmmakers and screenwriters of the 1930s and 1940s would venture into the sci-fi genre, eventually producing a golden age of sci-fi in cinema of the 1950s that continued for decades through concepts of intergalactic voyages, futuristic settings, advance technologies, robots, aliens, and time travel.
This diverse and captivating genre is thoroughly analyzed by the author in Sci-Fi: The Best of the Classics in a series of essays that cover key elements of each important film of that period, including characters, narrative, cinematography, script, actors, directors, producers, and production elements of the soundtrack, editing, flashbacks, intricate plots, morality, locations, camerawork, and lighting. The book covers some of the best classic sci-fi films that personified the fundamental components that are timeless and thought-provocative that has kept generations of filmmakers and audiences fascinated for years.
Enter an era in Hollywood’s most classic and stylish period known as film noir that cinematically changed the conventional rules of filmmaking and character definition. When French critic Nino Frank in 1946 coined the phrase, he instantly recognized a new American attitude emerging in the film industry, that resulted from the social upheaval of the Great Depression of the 1930s, the aftermath of World War II in the 1940s, and heavily influenced by German Expressionism. This new attitude translated into dark films with stories about cynical detectives, femme fatales, crime, anti-heroes, greed, obsession, and murder.
This distinct and captivating genre is thoroughly analyzed by the author in Film Noir: The Best of the Classics in a series of essays that cover key elements of each important film of that period, including characters, narrative, cinematography, script, actors, directors, producers, and production elements of the soundtrack, editing, flashbacks, intricate plots, morality, locations, camerawork, and lighting. The book covers some of the best classic noirs that embodied the essential components that are timeless and provocative that have kept generations of filmmakers and audiences spellbound for years.
Ever wonder what mysteries the supernatural world is keeping secret? From ancient civilizations throughout human history come legends of gods, aliens, and extraordinary phenomenon with human interaction written in stone. Lost cities have been discovered worldwide that link prehistoric mysterious technology that surpasses our own, knowledge of anti-gravity technology, and evidence of a possible ancient atomic war.
Secrets of the Supernatural World probes the strange, unexplained, and unsolved mysteries from human history to our present time. Is time real or an illusion? Is time travel possible? What is the connection with ghost, human souls, and the astral plane? Is there an Afterlife? Is human consciousness able to transcend time-space using ESP, virtually immortal using the super conscious mind, and penetrate other multiple dimensions? Is there a gateway to the stars? Are UFOs and ETs real? For thousands of years Eastern and Western philosophers and paranormal investigators have tried to comprehend these mystifying anomalies, bizarre tales, and odd phenomenon that inundate our world.
Experience the romance, passion, love, coincidence, mystery, and human sensuality in Love Sages.
A collection of poems about love and passion. Love can be mysterious, inspiring, timeless, and complex. Love Sages expresses the joy, romance, desire, and fear of love. Love is sensual, adventurous, and with the right person eternal leading us to our destiny.
Go beyond magical mysteries and discover destiny. Experience enchanted places, wondrous adventure, and inspirational themes.
Serenity’s Dream is a collection of tales and poems, filled with emotions, metaphors, dreams, and nightmares. Travel on mystical journeys, encounter the supernatural, find true love, and enter the realm of the mythological. Journey on road of the never ending.
Voices of Angesl gives insight into the human soul, miracles, faith, and God’s love with poems that will uplift you.
Voices of Angels sings to our very soul and gives us hope that God and his angels are protecting us with their eternal love. Voices of Angels is about experiencing great joy and spiritual love, understanding sorrow and pain, the everyday rituals of life, the happiness of friends and family, the elation of the seasons and holidays through kind passages and poems.