I saw something today that has stuck with me. I had dropped my daughter off and was grabbing a quick bite on my way to work when I saw a man and a little girl, bundled up and standing beside the entrance to the place I was going with a sign. I didn’t get a… Continue reading Frayed
It’s become a distant memory by now, something that’s nearing twenty years old but which still sticks with me. I have never been the most confident of ‘performers’ when it comes to doing readings. I have said this in the past. I read very quickly and I’ll fumble around with words and the WORST is… Continue reading Performance Art
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Being in the process of looking for a new home, I can tell you earnestly that it’s no fun. Maybe it COULD be, but brother, it’s no fun. It’s stressful. What you see is that houses reflect their owners in many ways, and like people, some places are just broken. DEAD RESIDENCE is a found… Continue reading DEAD RESIDENCE – found footage review
It’s always an easy go-to for film fans to declare THIS year or THAT year is the greatest ever for a genre or for film in general. Or even better, to declare that THIS IS THE WORST ERA EVER for movies or a genre. It’s low hanging fruit. Sure, you can rattle off reasons for… Continue reading Some Good. Some Bad. Some Ugly. So What?
What do we call someone who sets something ablaze with no care for what happens when the fire takes hold? They are arsonists. Arsonists are criminals and are hunted and prosecuted as such. The problem though is what do we do with social arsonists, who set fires in our culture and in their fan base… Continue reading Those Who Set Fires
I think it’s safe to say that all of us struggle in some way or another, whether it be financially, emotionally, creatively, or in some other way. Struggling is part of life. It’s how we react to the struggle, how we meet it, and how we learn to use it or overcome it that can… Continue reading Use The Struggle
You can tell that we have all been feeling a little bit of claustrophobia and cabin fever after Covid. Humans are social creatures, after all, and when we’re told we can’t do something, especially something like seeing other people, we tend to get a little intense. As social creatures, we need one another, and while… Continue reading We Gotta Get Outta This Place
I beat this drum a lot but MAN ALIVE wouldn’t it be nice if the people that did some of the most harm in the world had to, you know, actually suffer consequences for that harm? How many times do we see Billionaire X take a HUGE risk on something only to have it not… Continue reading The Pay Down
It feels strange to say this but I have been a part of putting seven film festivals together (eight if you count my involvement for the Flint Film Festival in 2005). Heck, I met my wife through a film festival. It started with the horror group I was a part of and our showing short… Continue reading A Festival of Film
In which I talk about the wealthy class and their responsibility to humanity. Theme by Grimson.
When I wrote my mystery novella a few years back I wrote it in a flurry, trying desperately to get it done before the end of the month so it would be done on time for the publisher. It had been a challenge, writing in a genre I didn't read, and certainly didn't write, but… Continue reading A Mystery Is Afoot!
If you had told me years and years ago that I’d be the father to a two year old I’d look at you as if you had a bear sprouting from your head. It just wasn’t in my mind, in my thoughts, or in any sort of vague plan I might have had. The thing… Continue reading Two