Archive of Richard B. Phillips

Rick Phillips is a writer based in Los Angeles. He wrote the screenplay EDEN, a feature film that won the Audience Award at the 2012 South by Southwest Film Festival. Additionally, the film was the1st recipient of the Reel NW Award, as well as Runner-Up for the Grand Jury Award at the 2012 Seattle International Film festival. The film also screened at Cannes and Busan, South Korea. In August 2012, EDEN was purchased by Phase 4 Films and will be released in US theatres in early 2013.

Richard B. has contributed 5 brilliant piece(s).

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Richard Phillips Shares his Top 10 personal list of the best horror movies of all time. TS
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Washington Redskins – BREAKING NEWS

by Richard B. Phillips December 16, 2013

Image via Photobucket The Washington Redskins have hired former USC coach Lane Kiffin, who was fired last September, to coach the Washington Redskins for the upcoming 2014 season. The franchise’s major overhaul after a troubled season took another step Monday when Shanahan was fired in the early afternoon following a news conference at Redskins Park. […]

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Me and Ray Manzarek – RIP

by Richard B. Phillips May 22, 2013

I was seven years old when I first discovered The Doors. I was visiting my sister’s new house in Bethesda, Maryland one summer. I was with my parents. I was bored and had nothing to do so I poked around through her cassette collection that was still in boxes from when she moved in. And […]

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Attack of the Zombies

by Richard B. Phillips January 22, 2013

The Walking Dead is the number one show on cable with 10 million viewers a week. Zombie movies have earned billions in revenue. Zombies represent money and security. And so now it seems, undead features are processed like packaged meat on an unceasing conveyer belt, arriving month after month. There are people who work for […]

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In Praise of William Friedkin

by Richard B. Phillips October 11, 2012

William Friedkin is an American treasure and one of the boldest, uncompromising directors in the world. And at age 77 (which he turned recently) he continues to take risks by exploring the most terrifying subject matter that teeters on realism and hyper realism.  His latest film, Killer Joe, which is screening in theaters and stars […]

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