jasonandrew: (sanity)
Things to do this three day weekend.

1. Write character background for Camarilla charity auction. (Hey, this guy paid $150)

2. Finish requested Editing / Revamp of Fear and Loathing in Bat County novella
3. Write five openings to potential novels.

I addd a number of story seeds to my folder this morning. Ironically, I added two scary vampire stories and two solid zombie stories. I'm going to wait until there is a solid anthology opening for these since most places are burned out of those types of stories. Although I am going to work on the zombie one maybe this weekend during my free-write period.

I watched the movie Ink on Netflix. I was very impressed with this movie. I don't want to spoil it, but it is a fantasy movie. Watch it!
jasonandrew: (sanity)
Things to do this three day weekend.

1. Write character background for Camarilla charity auction. (Hey, this guy paid $150)

2. Finish requested Editing / Revamp of Fear and Loathing in Bat County novella
3. Write five openings to potential novels.

I addd a number of story seeds to my folder this morning. Ironically, I added two scary vampire stories and two solid zombie stories. I'm going to wait until there is a solid anthology opening for these since most places are burned out of those types of stories. Although I am going to work on the zombie one maybe this weekend during my free-write period.

I watched the movie Ink on Netflix. I was very impressed with this movie. I don't want to spoil it, but it is a fantasy movie. Watch it!

Pandorum

May. 12th, 2010 10:45 pm
jasonandrew: (bat)
I just watched the movie Pandorum on netflix and I am surprised that I had not heard of it before this.

It was awesome!

Pandorum

May. 12th, 2010 10:45 pm
jasonandrew: (Default)
I just watched the movie Pandorum on netflix and I am surprised that I had not heard of it before this.

It was awesome!
jasonandrew: (groupies)
It has been years since I've seen Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

I put it on in the background while I was editing Dylan and the Dream Pirates.

It is the best Star Trek movie. Indeed, it is the only one that really feels like a feature film.

I enjoyed the new Star Trek movie, but it didn't quite have that epic movie feel. I remember why I have great love for this movie.
jasonandrew: (Default)
It has been years since I've seen Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

I put it on in the background while I was editing Dylan and the Dream Pirates.

It is the best Star Trek movie. Indeed, it is the only one that really feels like a feature film.

I enjoyed the new Star Trek movie, but it didn't quite have that epic movie feel. I remember why I have great love for this movie.
jasonandrew: (bowie)
I have always loved the concept of fiction dealing with the nature of fiction and our relation to stories. I suspect that has to do with my own soul wrangling over the idea.

"I think the idea of a secret live of a character that even the author doesn't know is kind of exciting" says Bernadette, the leader of the book club.

I think the international community of fanfiction writers would agree. Austin was one of the first writers to inspire a solid community of fanfiction writers called the Janeites. Robert Kipling, writer of the Jungle Book, wrote a short story titled "Janeites" about a group of World War I soliders who rabid fans of Austen's novels.

Jane Austin's work has inspired multiple interpretations and reimagining. Austin’s work has inspired everything from the movie Clueless to the upcoming book Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

This movie revolves around the idea of a book club trying to live up to the ideals set forth in Austin’s novels. Several of the character’s stores are echoed in various plots from the novels.

The best scene in the movie is when Grigg, a modern day Darcy, meets Joceln (aka the movie’s Elizabeth Bennet) at a science fiction convention and has to explain why the creepy goth girl in the elevator won’t acknowledge her existence. Spoiler Alert: Turns out she is playing a crazy game called Vampire and is under obfuscate. Heh!

I imagine this is a movie I will watch again.
jasonandrew: (bowie)
I have always loved the concept of fiction dealing with the nature of fiction and our relation to stories. I suspect that has to do with my own soul wrangling over the idea.

"I think the idea of a secret live of a character that even the author doesn't know is kind of exciting" says Bernadette, the leader of the book club.

I think the international community of fanfiction writers would agree. Austin was one of the first writers to inspire a solid community of fanfiction writers called the Janeites. Robert Kipling, writer of the Jungle Book, wrote a short story titled "Janeites" about a group of World War I soliders who rabid fans of Austen's novels.

Jane Austin's work has inspired multiple interpretations and reimagining. Austin’s work has inspired everything from the movie Clueless to the upcoming book Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

This movie revolves around the idea of a book club trying to live up to the ideals set forth in Austin’s novels. Several of the character’s stores are echoed in various plots from the novels.

The best scene in the movie is when Grigg, a modern day Darcy, meets Joceln (aka the movie’s Elizabeth Bennet) at a science fiction convention and has to explain why the creepy goth girl in the elevator won’t acknowledge her existence. Spoiler Alert: Turns out she is playing a crazy game called Vampire and is under obfuscate. Heh!

I imagine this is a movie I will watch again.
jasonandrew: (Horror)
Showtime's Masters of Horror is a series of short horror movies produced for cable. Each movie is directed by a known master of horror such as John Carpenter, Guillermo Del Toro, or Stuart Gordon.

Some of the entries have been less than stellar.

Some of them I liked so much that I bought the DVDs. For example, Dreams in the Witch House is the single best direct Lovecraft adaptation I've ever seen.

Masters of Horror: Washingtonians is the craziest.

If you like alternate history, you need to watch this movie.

Spoiler Tags
Read more... )
jasonandrew: (Horror)
Showtime's Masters of Horror is a series of short horror movies produced for cable. Each movie is directed by a known master of horror such as John Carpenter, Guillermo Del Toro, or Stuart Gordon.

Some of the entries have been less than stellar.

Some of them I liked so much that I bought the DVDs. For example, Dreams in the Witch House is the single best direct Lovecraft adaptation I've ever seen.

Masters of Horror: Washingtonians is the craziest.

If you like alternate history, you need to watch this movie.

Spoiler Tags
Read more... )

Hamlet 2

Aug. 27th, 2008 08:31 am
jasonandrew: (Default)
Seriously, this movie is made of awesome.

Go to the theaters and see it!!!!

Hamlet 2

Aug. 27th, 2008 08:31 am
jasonandrew: (Default)
Seriously, this movie is made of awesome.

Go to the theaters and see it!!!!
jasonandrew: (supervillian)
So I just watched the Superman: Doomsday Movie.

Ah, yeah.

Err....it was both awesome and creepy. Overall, it was a good cartoon movie, with a single really creepy exception.

Read more... )
jasonandrew: (supervillian)
So I just watched the Superman: Doomsday Movie.

Ah, yeah.

Err....it was both awesome and creepy. Overall, it was a good cartoon movie, with a single really creepy exception.

Read more... )
jasonandrew: (supervillian)
I was very disappointed with the first movie.

This one felt like I was watching the comics. It was fun and awesome. All of the characters, except Doom, was spot on.

This movie was fun like Super Hero movies are supposed to be.
jasonandrew: (supervillian)
I was very disappointed with the first movie.

This one felt like I was watching the comics. It was fun and awesome. All of the characters, except Doom, was spot on.

This movie was fun like Super Hero movies are supposed to be.
jasonandrew: (sanity)
I watched the fan film Call of Cthulhu. You can read more about it here: http://www.cthulhulives.org/cocmovie/

The movie is one of the best adaptations of Lovecraft. I think the black and white really fit the feel of the store. The CGI Cthulu was nightmarish. I highly recommend it.

Note: This isn't the one with Tori Spelling.
jasonandrew: (sanity)
I watched the fan film Call of Cthulhu. You can read more about it here: http://www.cthulhulives.org/cocmovie/

The movie is one of the best adaptations of Lovecraft. I think the black and white really fit the feel of the store. The CGI Cthulu was nightmarish. I highly recommend it.

Note: This isn't the one with Tori Spelling.
jasonandrew: (freedom)
The Gamers is an awesome parody movie. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0485909/

Seriously, check it out. There was a lot of truth in this movie. And of course, a lot of exaggeration.
jasonandrew: (freedom)
The Gamers is an awesome parody movie. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0485909/

Seriously, check it out. There was a lot of truth in this movie. And of course, a lot of exaggeration.

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