R.I.P. Filmmaker Bruce Brown

[dig a hole]

Filmmaker Bruce Brown

A legendary Independent Film Maker has died

by Reviewer Rob

According to a post first seen last night on The Intertia and this afternoon being reported everywhere, the filmmaker who gave us Endless Summer and the motocross flick On Any Sunday has died. I met Bruce Brown at the Action Sports Retailer show in San Diego in 1994 and talked to him, surprised by how down-to-earth he was compared to all the other industry moguls and surf stars with their millionaire cover model ‘tudes that were at the convention center that day. We spoke for a while and he signed an original Endless Summer poster for me. Then pioneer Hawaii big wave surfer Greg Noll walked up and terrified him with a friendly laughing and unexpected bear hug that looked like he’d get crushed by. Bruce Brown was really skinny, maybe 57 years-old at the time, while Noll was in the same age group but maybe between 250 to 300 pounds and beefy. Brown said afterwards, “I need to hang a sign around my neck that says, ‘Do not hug’.” Lol

Legendary Filmmaker Bruce Brown (December 1, 1937 – December 10, 2017)
Legendary Filmmaker Bruce Brown (December 1, 1937 – December 10, 2017)
Legendary Filmmaker Bruce Brown (December 1, 1937 – December 10, 2017)
Legendary Filmmaker Bruce Brown (December 1, 1937 – December 10, 2017)
Legendary Filmmaker Bruce Brown (December 1, 1937 – December 10, 2017)
Legendary Filmmaker Bruce Brown (December 1, 1937 – December 10, 2017)

Hannah Haddix Magyk Tutorial

Hannah Haddix, in the back of the Reviewervan preparing to go into a Victoria's Secret for a shoot.
Hannah Haddix, in the back of the Reviewervan preparing to go into a Victoria’s Secret for a shoot.
[Alternative Education]

Magic Mystic Maiden

sex magic instruction along the coast highway

“There is no art without magic, and there is no magic without art.”

story and Reviewer TV video by Reviewer Rob

As you may know by now, dear reader, I have a thing for shooting art nude photos and video. The females that model for these are by definition exceptional but sometimes you meet one that distinguishes herself from the rest. Hannah Haddix is one such distinguished woman.

I had originally come to know of this art model and performance artist from her work as a magus in the Coyotel Church, a Seattle religious organization that she describes unashamedly as a “cult” and because she was posting nude art photos of herself on Facebook of all places from rituals in this cult.

Sometimes you meet an art model who is more than a pretty face and body. You find out they know some interesting things that you don’t. This woman is such a unique figure.

Hannah is actually quite a teacher-type and was very generous with her knowledge of “sex magic” (sex magyk?) and while driving on the Pacific Coast Highway through Los Angeles County from Malibu to Santa Monica between art-video shoots she was willing to describe the proper ceremony ritual technique for Reviewer TV (i.e. my camera).

Watch the videos and learn something, and if you want to see more of Hannah you can catch her on Facebook or at her new website, hannahhaddix.com.

Meeting Hannah Haddix:

Meeting Hannah Haddix, Occult Witch & Fetish Performer from Reviewer on Vimeo.

Then there’s the sex magyk lesson
(only verbal, non-explicit):

Sex Magyck, a Tutorial by Fetish model Hannah Haddix of Psychic TV from Reviewer on Vimeo.


Pappy & Harriet’s, July 2015

Two Cellphone Videos From Pioneertown’s Epic ‘Burrito-Biker Bar’

by Reviewer Rob

Pioneertwon, California, is a unique place. Founded in 1946 by Hollywood actors like Roy Rogers and Tom Mix and intended to be a working film set that recreates an authentic 1880’s Western frontier town, it has a community that has built up around it of citizens that are arty creative types and who call it home 365 days a year. There’s also a nice music venue called Pappy & Harriet’s you can’t forget to visit if you’re ever in this rustic corner of the high desert.

Here’s a couple of quick handheld cellphone videos I shot when I went there for the first time last month.

Juli Crockett of the Evangenitals talks to Reviewer TV about how she inspired an Academy Award Winning motion picture script:

and…

The Sunday Band with Jason Corbin on guitar: