Hollywood Renegade Kevin Smith to Review Blue Crash Film's Movie That Examines the Disintegration of American Television

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The director Of “Clerks” and “Dogma” to hold court on the state of modern TV.

"Everyone knows there is nothing more powerful in the United States than the media. If you live here it is impossible to avoid it."

"The content of television today is unrecognizable from what it was 40 years ago."

Comic Book Men creator and indie film icon Kevin Smith is slated to critique, explore and dissect an independent film that takes its viewers on a harrowing ride from the innocent days of 1960s “Father Knows Best” television to today’s stunning and envelope pushing shows like “Jersey Shore,” “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” and “Mob Wives.” Smith, who seems to have taken over James Brown’s role as “The Hardest Working Man in Show Business” has remained mum on his thoughts on the project but the film’s director, Jim Riffel, has not. “The content of television today is unrecognizable from what it was 40 years ago," said Riffel. "I'm sure there are some people who are quite happy with this metamorphosis and, of course, there are other people who may have a different opinion. I'm sure that Kevin Smith will offer some insightful revelations."

Producer Mark Zobian is in Riffel’s camp on this topic. “In addition to his respected film work, Mr. Smith is known for his highly energized and informative speaking engagements concerning the entertainment industry, so I'm definitely looking forward to what he'll have to say about the past and current world of American television".

A date is currently being set for this much anticipated event. The film which will be at the center of this discussion, “Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil, Mutant, Hellbound, Flesh-Eating, Crawling, Alien, Zombified, Subhumanoid, Living Dead- Part 5” is a parody of the golden age of TV and examines what was considered enjoyable and acceptable TV entertainment in the 1960s and what’s considered enjoyable and acceptable TV entertainment today. The voice of Kevin Smith will soon be heard.

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