This past weekend marked the theatrical (and VOD) release of the horror comedy film BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS, directed by this great guy we know Brain James O’Connell.
We had the chance to check out the LA premiere with a few friends. Here’s our reaction:
Two thumbs up people. Three thumbs including our friend taking the picture (and a ton more thumbs based on the enthusiasm of the rest of the audience… so don’t think we liked it just because we know the director). … Continue Reading
Life in a Day premiered live on Youtube from the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 6pm Central. The design of the project was for people from all around the world to film their lives on July 24, 2010 for one day. Award winning filmmakers Ridley Scott and Kevin Macdonald along with a team of documentarians took 80,000 entries and created a 90-minute feature film to capture life around the world. … Continue Reading
I love this time a year! It’s movie season! This is about the time where I strive to see as many movies as possible, compare, contrast, and make award predictions. Last year was the first year that I went all out. I saw almost everything, besides a few obscure foreign films, documentaries, and shorts. I did pretty well with my predictions, but this year my quest continues and strengthens.
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Have a feature-length film idea? Amazon.com has launched an online movie studio, Amazon Studios, to help turn your original script into a commercial film. Well, it’s not that simple, but that’s the basic concept. If you’ve ever read a book on screenwriting, … Continue Reading
Nathan and I were lucky enough to attend the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The festival lasted from January 21st-31st. We stayed with my family in Salt Lake City and commuted each day through snowy Parleys Canyon, risking our lives for our love of movies, too cheap to rent a 4-wheel-drive vehicle. Being at Sundance was an overall unforgettable experience and really opened our eyes to the amazing talent that exists all over the world, and what it takes to put on an international festival of this caliber. … Continue Reading