Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Curren$y's "Drive In Theatre 2" Artwork Released!

The highly popular Curren$y album is getting a double feature. THE DRIVE IN THEATRE PART 2 will be released soon from Jet Life Recordings. Artwork by CJ Wallis

Monday, November 7, 2022

New Kevin Trudeau Documentary Feature Announced!

We are excited to finally announce a brand new documentary feature with New York Times best selling author and infomercial pioneer Kevin Trudeau! 

The fifth documentary from director CJ Wallis is nearly completed filming and will be available across major streaming services in late 2023.

Thursday, May 5, 2022

Stu's Show Review - Cinema Scholar

"Director C.J. Wallis deftly manages to make a documentary about a lifelong fan of televisions Golden Age. Yet, he turns it into a biting narrative on the gross ineptitude of the health care system in the United States...This is accomplished via careful editing, solid use of humor, and Shostak’s often overbearing yet unrelentingly positive personality!"


Stu’s Show is a heart-warming documentary centered around Stuart Shostak, a lifelong Lucille Ball fan, who also managed to become her personal archivist for more than ten years. Shostak’s endearing love of the Golden Age Of Television and its iconic stars are the focal points of this documentary. Stu’s Show also shines a light on everything that is wrong with our health care system when his long-term girlfriend Jeanine Kasun suffers a debilitating aneurism.


Stu’s Show is a multi-faceted title as it serves as not only the name of this fascinating documentary but also as the title of Shostak’s long-running internet talk show. For more than fifteen years, Shostak has been hosting “Stu’s Show” which is described on his website (www.stusshow.com) as follows:

Stu's Show Review - North Shore Movies

"3.5/5....A riveting and ultimately uplifting film!"

Stu Shostak loves television, especially the vintage shows of the ’50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s. The documentary STU’S SHOW revels in this, both in exploring his own unusual career and presenting a parade of veteran actors who have become his friends. Then the film shifts from Stu’s love for the stars of TV’s past to a love story between him and a fellow fan, Jeanine Kasun. What makes this a riveting and ultimately uplifting film is that it’s because of him that she’s alive.

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Stu's Show Review - The Movie Club

"81%....No goal is too far out of reach. Ultimately, this is the message you’ll walk away from after watching “Stu’s Show.” Not a bad place to be when you first sat down to watch a documentary about Lucy!"

When settling down to watch “Stu’s Show,” a documentary about TV historian Stu Shostak, a collector of everything old television, you might be preparing to watch a documentary about him and his relationship with his idol Lucille Ball. That’s how it’s presented anyway.

However, set that thought aside and prepare for much more than a movie about Stu and his friend Lucy. Their knowing one another comes up, of course, but this movie is much more than super-fan Stu getting a chance to be on the show of the legendary comedians. It’s also about how he meets, gets to know and proposes to his wife, Jeanine Kasun. She, too, loves all things related to old TV shows, particularly the 1950s and 1960s.

By bringing Jeanine into the mix, what director C.J. Wallis has created with this film is, very much, two different worlds. The one that television has created for Stu and the one that Stu has created for himself.

Monday, May 2, 2022

Stu's Show Review - Forces Of Geek

"Educational and perhaps surprisingly entertaining considering the dark places it goes, in Stu’s Show, Wallis successfully documents a deep, abiding love story in which all of the diverse aspects of one man’s life come into play under some of the most harrowing circumstances one can ever imagine!"

I just watched this great new fairy tale movie.

It’s about this boy named Stu who has all these imaginary friends. He grows up to love a beautiful princess but she falls under an evil spell and it looks like she might sleep forever. But Stu doesn’t give up on her! He harnesses the strength and power he learned from his imaginary friends, and the friends become real, magical beings whose love helps revive the Princess!

Then, Stu and his Princess are married, with all their magical friends in attendance, and they live happily ever after.

An oversimplification, perhaps, but that’s the way I saw it.

Sunday, May 1, 2022

Stu's Show Review - Impulse Gaming

"3.75/5....In the doom and gloom of a post Covid-world “Stu’s show” is like a technicolour burst of life and an enthusiastic love letter to pop culture!" 

Stu Shostak knows there’s no business like show business. This TV archivist and historian has been working in Tinseltown since offering tickets to live tapings and playing the warm-up guy. His love of TV is infectious, as the documentary “Stu’s Show” proves. The film is warm and bubbly look at love, loss and a lady named Lucy.

Saturday, April 30, 2022

Stu's Show Review - MovieHole

"...it’s clear that Shostak has more than left his mark on the game...And with “Stu’s Show”, so has director C.J Wallis. Bravo"

A delightful companion piece to Paramount+’s “The Offer”, Upstream Flix and director CJ Wallis have “Stu’s Show”, another showbizy-yarn chronicling a story you likely haven’t read about in EW or Variety.

While the former concentrates on household names like Francis Ford Coppola and Mario Puzo, “Stu’s Show” turns its spotlight on a lesser-known but no less influential industry figure: Stu Shostak.