LETTERS  PCR #180      (September 1--7, 2003)

John's completely unsolicited testimonial for Nolan
Terence's new TOP 10 CHALLENGE
Sheri Lawrence's completely volunteered plea for Nolan
Other Side Cinema update

Letters to the EditorWe welcome your feedback.

Yo, Nole',
You slay me Bro'. It's good to see TWON finally show up on PCR. (Re: "The World Of Nolan" internet TV, debuting this issue--N.) What can I say but...WWWWWWWWWWWWOOOOOOOOOWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (How's that, oh, um... about that fifty $$$$$$). Just kidding. Congratulations. I was at S&S and it was nice to relive some of it's moments. I think you're on the right track with this site and I only see better and better things in the future. I volunteer to be a guinea pig on one of your episodes. I only hope the rest of the Florida Film community embraces the opportunities afforded here as well as the effort put forth in their behalf. Remember people, United we stand...I think you're all smart enough to figure out the rest.

I really like the concept of using TWON to highlight various aspects of the pop culture community. I have to tell you I really liked the subtitling and the black screen intros to each segment of TWON. It reminds me of the black screen scene intros seen in many early silent films. I want to see a new TWON every week (just kidding).

Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that I liked the first installment. It was great to see Sheri and Andy shed some insight into that VILE, DISGUSTING, MASTERPIECE called "FILTHY."


Keep up the good work Nolan.

OOOPPSS!!! One more thing; Dean the "Dino Soldier" is great. It's simplicity makes for enjoyable reading without having to use a dictionary and a Thesaurus (another kind of Dinosaur?????) to understand it. Who better to enjoy the exploits of a fellow reptilian than...

The "CREATURE" from Clearwater. [John Lewis] Have a Great Week everyone.

P.S. Hey Nole' (shh, quiet. Isn't it really spelled "TRON"?!?!?!? Just Kidding). C-Ya!!!

John, I'm all choked up, sir! I'm glad you appreciate what I'm trying to do with TWON. As for Dean the Dinosoldier, I hope Jason is reading, because you're his first published fan letter! We have many exciting things planned for the series, just matter of time. ---Nolan


You know what guys? It's time for another rip-roaring, old-fashion top ten album list. This time I challenge all who can handle it to name their Top Ten Favorite Albums of the 1960s. Of course, there will be the predictable Beatles albums from those who think that Lennon-the-poser started the Summer of Love, but this time I can guarantee that my list will have some overlooked gems.

So Mike, Matt, Will, and Nolan give me your best shot. If anyone puts "Sgt. Peppers" again, they have a lot to answer for. Get it right though, this is a favorite list not best list. So there is no obligation to put obligatory choices. I mean, besides, we all know "Revolver" is a better listen than "Sgt. Peppers" anyway right?

To Hell with you all,
Terence [Nuzum]


Hello to all those Florida Filmmakers out there! If you haven't already, be sure to check out the "WORLD OF NOLAN VIDEO" Please join me in support of all the time and effort that Nolan Canova puts forth to support all of US! All too often we get caught up in our daily activities and forget to show our gratitude. Here is your opportunity to let Nolan know just how much we appreciate him.

Thank you Nolan for all your hard work and for supporting the Florida Filming Industry....YOU ROCK!!!

Sheri Lawrence

And thank YOU Sheri for that wonderful voluntary testimonial! --Nolan


Hey, I just wanted to catch up with you and let you know about some stuff we just finished up and have coming up. Our production company (Other Side Cinema) recently finished a 16mm short called Homeland Security. We have got a lot of response from it because of the material and the fact that there aren't too many folks out there making a non-talkie black and white film. So it's something different but pretty cool. Most of it was shot in the rugged looking Channel Side area.

Next up we are shooting our most elaborate movie yet called Night Demons. Night Demons is a Vietnam movie which is set right in the thick of the Vietnam War. This movie will be shooting at Kim Kahana's Stunt Ranch up in Groveland, Florida in Mid October. Our group is getting together with some Miami film makers to do this show on Super-16mm. So having all the explosions, squibs, film, and everything else we have involved should make this movie turn out pretty cool. Not to mention is a cool story too.

I am ironing out a deal to place our first feature B-Movie: The Shooting of Farmhouse Massacre in some pretty notable hands as far as distribution. I will update that once its official.

Anyway, if you are interested in more info on Homeland Security or Night Demons let me know or check out the festival posters on our web site. Take care and talk to you soon.


To send an email to Letters to the Editor write to: Crazedfanboy1@aol.com.  Any emails sent to this address will be assumed intended for publication unless you specifically instruct me not to. I can and do respond privately, if that is your preference. Frequently, it's both ways.---Nolan

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