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PCR #189  (Vol. 4, No. 45)  This edition is for the week of November 2--9, 2003.

My Life And Times At Tampa International Airport
by Will Moriaty
"The Matrix Revolutions"
by Mike Smith
Playboy....THings I Didn't Know, But Maybe I Should Have....Slush Pile....One Shots
 by Brandon Jones
Ronald Who?....Fall TV Update
 by Vinnie Blesi
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 by John Lewis
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Creature's Corner

Hello dear PCR Readers:
Well, another Halloween has come and gone without incident. Everyone here at the "Castle" has returned safely, including all members of the three G's (Ghosts, Ghouls, and Goblins) so I guess that's a good thing. I hope all of you out there in the ether had a great Halloween as well.

On with the show. I guess Scary Movie 3 scared the pants off all competitors for a second go 'round as it made it to the number one spot for a second week as it squeaked by Brother Bear. I'm sure the Halloween weekend had a little to do with a second #1 spot. I went to see Alien and enjoyed it once again on the big screen. I even saw something I'd never seen before. (Ummm...and that was?--N)

Finding Nemo wasn't very hard to do since its release on both DVD and video on Tuesday. In fact, The movie has already proven to be as powerful on the small screen as it was on the big screen selling over 8 million copies on the first day. WOW!!! It still has the number one for the year at the box office with over 339 million.

Our films
Once again we finished another film project. This time it was a trailer for Creature Productions' first full-length movie, "Dark Dimensions." The two day shoot took place over the period of a couple Mondays and proved to be a very daunting task, but in the end we finished it and it should be edited by week's end. Never a dull moment for the "Creature Crew."

One comic really stood out for me this week. Crossgen, those fine people in Oldsmar released the first issue of "Tales of the Realm." It is a fantasy story with a really bizarre twist. Imagine Hollywood as it might exist in a fantasy world of elves, Trolls, Dragons, fairies, etc. and you've got it. This one is about the art of making movies in a fantasy world. Matt Tyree and Val Staples have created a truly unique world with Robert Kirkman taking on the writing chores. This one needs to be seen to be believed so go out there and get a copy.

Anyway, that's all for this week. I'm on my way down to Screamfest 2003 in Fort Lauderdale and will be back next week with a full report and maybe some pictures.

Have a Great Week!!! C-Ya!

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