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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 →

Boy, Oh, Boy! Let’s Talk About The Boy

Welcome back, horror fans. Once again, I will be giving you my unbiased and thought-provoking insight on a second-class, B-rated indie flick. Wait… this week I am reviewing a mainstream film? A film that cost $10 million to make and… Continue Reading →

Captain America: Civil War — A Comic Crossroads

Well, it’s here. I guess I could sound more enthused about Captain America: Civil War coming out this weekend, but the first trailer for the movie was released late last year and in the months since, I could repeat every… Continue Reading →

Welcome to Night Vale: A Creepy Podcast Worth Downloading

In the dark. Listen to it in the dark and alone. And pray you’ll never be within Night Vale Community Radio’s broadcast limits.

Who the F*#% is Deadpool?

He’s hyper-violent. He’s crude. He’s insane. And yet people love him. He’s Deadpool. But who the fuck is Deadpool, anyway?

Too Many Flashbacks in The Walking Dead!

Per Matt Robert Kirkman has famously mentioned that he created The Walking Dead as if it was a never-ending Zombie movie. Originally created as a graphic novel, The Walking Dead has become a pop-culture phenomenon and the highest-rated program on… Continue Reading →

The Walking Dead: First Time Again

Per Matt The Walking Dead returns in a big way, as the season-premiere episode, First Time Again, is quite complex. It’s 90 minutes of non-linear moving parts that use stark black-and-white flashbacks to give meaning to the story’s current events… Continue Reading →

The Walking Dead Interview: Michael Golden

Per Matt Recognized as one of the best in the superhero and Zombie realms, it may be shocking to reveal that Michael Golden is not a big fan of either comic-book genre. At Wizard World Comic Con Nashville, we spoke… Continue Reading →

Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Four – Escape Plan Bravo

As the saying goes, “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” So, when Rhys makes a deal with the devil (aka the hologram ghost of Handsome Jack), there will be plenty of opportunities to throw shade at his… 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 →

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