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I like to pride myself on being proactive… Both in my career and my life… however I have been anything but proactive when it comes to my blog.
I guess I get overwhelmed with how many thoughts I have in a day and instead of just focusing on ONE thought and blogging about it, I shut down.
My News Year’s resolution is to blog more… Not that any really cares what I have to say, but it’s cathartic… I have grown tired of telling Ninja and Chance all of my innermost thoughts…
Truth be told, I am sure they have grown tired of hearing them.
On September 28th, The Barrens opened in theaters, and on October 9th, the film expands to VOD/DVD and Streaming.
It is this writer’s humble opinion that one of the most difficult aspects of being a filmmaker is taking criticism.
There are those out there who will argue YOU CHOSE THIS, so stop being a whiny little bitch, and take it like a man…
Ask anyone who knows me, and they will tell you that I am a bit of a recluse. I am not a big partier, nor do I bask in the Hollywood scene… In fact, I am not sure I thrive in any scene… I am a hermit. I love my house and my creature comforts… I love waking up in my own bed, and making coffee in own kitchen… I love sitting out by the pool, or watching a movie in my man cave. I prefer spending time with my dog and my wife over most people.
For the last few years, I have literally built my Utopia so I never have to leave. I even get panic attacks going to STARBUCKS so I have purchased every type of coffee maker imaginable.
I am socially awkward… I have … Read More »
Fans make the world go round…
For those of you who have been to Comic-Con, I need not tell you how exhausting and overwhelming the entire experience is.
It is a celebration of all things… well… cool. Comic books, horror movies, big summer blockbusters, toys, and let us not forget scantily clad Princess Leias.
Time does not change us… It just unfolds us.
TIME MAKES THINGS CLEARER
On Friday May 4th, my film Mother’s Day is released in Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.
A few days later, the movie is released on DVD. (preorder it here)
It seems like a lifetime ago that I shot Mother’s Day.
In reality it was just 3 years ago…