It Chapter Two Missing the Shadows

They say the book is better, and most of the time, they are right. It's nearly impossible to replicate the visions, time lapses, and shadows one conjures while reading a good book, especially the masterful horror fiction of Stephen King. The shadows are the most important element, I think. In the midst of reading and... Continue Reading →

The Peanut Butter “Human”

Slight, short, and sweet, The Peanut Butter Falcon stars two male leads who subliminally connect their own personal stories to the stories of the characters they play. These two young men may light up onscreen, but they shine through their subtext behind the screen. You have Shia LaBeouf in the redemption role of a lifetime.... Continue Reading →

My First Tarantino “So-So”

There is no doubt Quentin Tarantino belongs to the Greatest American Film Directors Club, and Scorsese, Coppola, and Spielberg should be greeters at the door (Big Kahuna Burgers served inside). His knack for non-sequential storytelling and intertwining narrative is impeccable and legitimately his. Cherry-topping that, his testosterone-prone dialogue fires as rapidly as the bullets that... Continue Reading →

3 Months a Blogger and Grateful

Some people have a writer in them they need to let out. Some write about fly fishing. There's a nice man I follow who writes about his latest barbecue chicken rub. I do movies. A good majority of bloggers choose to write about movies too. Some write well. Some try well. I'd like to think... Continue Reading →

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