2018 has been interesting in a good way. As with nearly every year, 2018 started with parties. Then there were a few days of chilling and getting organized in preparation for the upcoming year. On the fifth things started to kick back into gear when my production partner Ania and I finished the final version … Continue reading The Start
SIV Short Film
I directed my first short film this past week. Okay, so I have a lot to catch you guys up on in regards to my goings-on in the film industry. I've had quite the interesting summer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6-O-Po4o8c I got offered six roles this summer, only two of which I actually auditioned for. One was a … Continue reading SIV Short Film
Well, I don't have any school to go back to in September. I thought I might take some classes but that's not looking like it'll happen until May. I've got a part-time job, but as stated, it's only part-time. So what will I do the rest of the time? Before I started this blog, I … Continue reading Now What?
Mild spoilers. Nothing serious. I have been looking forward to this film for a long time (though not as long as Ryan Reynolds has). I love Deadpool. He was my introduction to comic books and he's just awesome. His humour, creativity, mercenary skills, R-rating, general quirkiness, and deep seated self-hatred all come together to create the … Continue reading Deadpool
The Big Short
Disclaimer: The movie I just saw had a lot of swearing in it, so you can rest assured this post will, too. Well I'm scared to shit. I'm twenty-one years old. I still haven't completed my university degree. My subject of study is freakin' Creative Writing. I know fuck-all about Wall Street. So keep that … Continue reading The Big Short
Bridge of Spies
No Spoilers! Ah, look. WordPress has just wished me a Happy Anniversary because I signed up with them one year ago. My counter is showing 1 hour to go before it's been a year to the day this blog first went up. When I post this it'll probably be up. But I'll talk more about … Continue reading Bridge of Spies
No spoilers until halfway. I'll let you know. Crimson Peak, directed by Guillermo del Toro, is freaky yet predictable–but you don't mind at all watching it. Usually a predictable film will put me off, no matter how great everything else is. This wasn't the best film I'd ever seen and it's not going to get … Continue reading Crimson Peak
My Commentary on Supergirl
The following won't contain any huge spoilers, as in, nothing you won't have already guessed if you've seen the trailer or the first episode of any superhero-type of tv show ever. Still, if you get annoyed at any spoilers at all, just watch the show first. I watched the pilot of Supergirl and the entire … Continue reading My Commentary on Supergirl
Macbeth / Out and About
Even though it's technically Sunday, I will be writing as if it's still yesterday. Today, I have something to write about. I took no pictures, but I actually did something besides sit in the library and write (which feels like all I'm doing these days and unfortunately not much of that writing is for this … Continue reading Macbeth / Out and About
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
I don’t know what I expected when I sat down in the movie theatre, but The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (Directed by Guy Ritchie) delivered something great. The film is set in the 1960s in the midst of the Cold War and follows a Russian and American spy with an amusing rivalry who are forced to … Continue reading The Man from U.N.C.L.E.