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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Movie Review: Craig Quits His Day Job (2016)

Back in February, I had the pleasure of screening a film called Kultur Shock! that starred Eric Paul Chapman. Well, Chapman is back with another film under his belt, but this time around he decided to step behind the camera. Chapman's newest project, which he wrote and directed, is a comedy called Craig Quits His Day Job and it happens to be his first feature-length film. I have to say, I thought Chapman was good in front of the camera, but come to find out, he has some serious skills behind it as well. Now, the movie was released November 9th, 2016, but as of October 16th, 2017 you can find it on Amazon Prime.

This eighty-six-minute comedy is about a man named Craig and how he decides to up and quit his dead-end job one day. That moment sparks Craig to start a journey to unite quitters all around the world. Unfortunately, not everyone is running to join Craig's group, but he'll get them there... maybe.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Movie Review: We Make Movies (2016)

Could you depend on your friends to help you make a movie? In January 2016, Stevphen is going to film his masterpiece. All he needs is a cast and crew...

Directing this 111-minute comedy is Matt Tory.

Some of the cast is: Matt Tory as Stevphen, Jordan Hopewell as Donny, Jonathan Holmes as Garth, Zack Slort as Leonard, Anne Crockett as Jessica

Not a lot of people realize all the hard work that goes into making a movie and thanks to, local independent filmmaker, Stevphen Bixby's new film project we get to watch as history is being made. The film chronicles the ups and downs of movie magic as Bixby works on his film. We see the

Friday, October 13, 2017

Movie Review: Yoga Hosers (2016)


Do you think Kevin Smith's films are funny? In September 2016, I thought so, until I saw this one.

Directing 88-minute comedy/fantasy/horror is Kevin Smith.

Some of the cast is: Harley Quinn Smith as Colleen McKenzie, Lily-Rose Depp as Colleen Collette, Johnny Depp as Guy LaPointe, Justin Long as Yogi Bayer, Ralph Garman as Andronicus Arcane and Kevin Smith as The Bratzis. With a cameo by Stan Lee as 911 Dispatch.

Store clerks and besties, Colleen (Collette) and Colleen (McKenzie) are two teenagers that spend their time together doing stuff like yoga, texting, working at the store (when they have to). Now the
girls get to add to that list, saving Canada from an ancient Nazi evil that has been peacefully sleeping... until now.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Movie Review: Demons (2017)


So, the other day I was going through my social media when I noticed I had a message waiting for me. Turns out, the message had a pretty cool surprise waiting for me. It had a screener link to Uncork'd Entertainment's latest film Demons (2017), which is a horror film written and directed by Miles Doleac. Now, if you're like me, the name might not sound familiar, but you should definitely recognize Doleac's face when you see it because he has a bunch of film/television acting credits under his belt. However, I guess Doleac wasn't happy with just acting in movies because now he's writing and directing them. Demons mark Doleac's third feature film, along with The Historian (2014) and The Hollow (2016), that he's written, directed and... stared in.

So, what is the movie Demons about? Well, for a hundred and five minutes you're taken on a haunting journey that revolves around a married couple, Colin, and Kayleigh. The couple met when

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

COMET TV Giveaway: Godzilla Doin' Work Prize Pack!

In September everyone’s favorite fire-breathing, stomping monster is back and this time… It’s on COMET TV!


The Godzilla Doin’ Work Limited Edition pack has:

1 - Limited Edition Godzilla Action Figure: Who doesn’t want to sport some COMET TV swag! Godzilla sure does! He loves COMET TV so much, he’s ripping through his shirt, clearly, Godzilla has been hitting the gym!

Monday, September 25, 2017

Movie Review: Morning After (2017)

I recently screened a film that was inspired by true events called Morning After, which won the Flicker’s Ambassador Award (Rhode Island Int’l Film Festival (Providence, RI, USA). The film is a fifteen minute short about sexual fluidity amongst Millennials. The "No Label" generation. The film was directed by Patricia Chica and written by Kristian Hodko.

Films like this one are hard to write about. Mainly because while there was some dialogue, the short really relies on visuals to tell the story. Like during one scene the main character starts thinking about something and they have it take a physical form in the scene as he's processing it, which was a great visual and made a good impact on the scene. It's just hard to talk about a film that has so much going on with visuals without spoiling the story for others.