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Franchise Movies are Causing Strains for Studios

Hollywood is running out of ideas. Seriously, just look at weekend releases for most of the year and try to find two in a row without a franchise movie release. So far, we have gotten a new or debut installment… Continue Reading →

Calling All Indie Film Directors: Austin Revolution is Looking For Horror Entries

Last weekend I sat down with James Christopher to ask him a few questions about his film festival, the Austin Revolution Film Festival. I was put in contact with him through my pals over at Gothic Films, an independent film… Continue Reading →

Chris Hardwick Has Something to Talk About

In between seasons of The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, AMC is Talking With Chris Hardwick.

The Indie Film Series: (Screenwriting) Save the Cat! Part 1

In the introduction to my indie film article series posted a few weeks ago, I mentioned using the Indie Film Academy podcast as a reference point for my articles. Despite that claim, I am venturing off script to start the… Continue Reading →

Recapping the Unique Themes from FX’s Fargo

Outside of Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other instant-watch services, the traditional airing of televised shows tends to fit neatly into seasonal slots throughout the year. For narrative TV shows, the networks typically adhere to the following release schedule: Premiering early spring shows, late… Continue Reading →

Video Game Storytelling

Per Matt Video games, much like blockbuster movies and best-selling novels are crafted with extremely tight deadlines and trying circumstances, but that doesn’t mean their storylines should receive the short end of the stick, when it comes to the development… Continue Reading →

Blue Man Group at TPAC

Per Matt The Blue Man Group is part rock concert, part visual comedy and part rave, all wrapped into one incredible performance.

DEMONstration: Special Effects Makeup Master Class with Rick Prince

Per Matt When it’s time to don your Halloween costume, one of the most important elements to creating a believable character is the makeup-application process. Teaming up with NECAT, Special Effects Artist Rick Prince offered the first-ever special-effects makeup master… Continue Reading →

Video Games Live Interview: Composer Tommy Tallarico

Per Matt Video Games Live is an interactive art form: It’s part symphonic orchestra, part interactive videogame and part rock concert. As a performance, Video Games Live has been seen by more than one million fans around the world. Currently… Continue Reading →

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