Close

Rinsed in Blood

Tiney would kill to run her own salon. And she does, taking a shortcut to success, where the scissors fly so fast that they’re rinsed in blood. Tongue Twisting alternative tagline : Merthyr’s most murderous hairdresser makes hideous cuts “Rinsed in Blood.”

Read More

Columbus Day

Columbus day has long been 👏🏿👏🏻👏🏼celebrated👏👏🏾👏🏽 in the 🇺🇸 United States, 🇪🇸 Spain and throughout Latin America.🇳🇮🇲🇽🇭🇳🇬🇹🇩🇴🇪🇨🇸🇻🇩🇲🇨🇼🇦🇷🇸🇷🇻🇨🇱🇨🇵🇷🇺🇾🇻🇪🇻🇮🇹🇹 🇨🇦Canada celebrates Discovery Day, which is the same in principal. 🇧🇷 🇮🇹🇯🇲🇧🇲🇧🇧 While Columbus Day was not made “official” until President Roosevelt made a proclamation in the late 1930s, its history goes back centuries. Although the Renaissance and the age […]

Read More

Aliens in the attic

Why is Aliens in the Attic a masterwork? Okay, first of all, it’s poster sucks.  Probably the worst movie poster I’ve seen that wasn’t for some kind of bad video game adaptation.  The first impression you get from this film is that it’ll be a really cheap video game movie, or worse still, a knock […]

Read More

Evan Almighty

Religion has a huge element of why people don’t like this film.  Some people like religion, but it’s often hard to like a film about it, especially a comedy.  Is it making fun of your religion?  And at the same time, criticising you for not being religious enough. “I go to church every week.”  they […]

Read More

Unpaid work leading to paid work

As a historian, and a filmmaker, I’ve studied the careers of many screenwriters, directors and others.  As students, they do unpaid work under mentors (their instructors and more experienced students.)  Normally, however, their first industry job is a paid one. Outside the film industry, I’ve seen something else.  Sometimes, unpaid work does lead to a […]

Read More

Benchwarmers (2006)

The second in our series of underrated masterworks is Benchwarmers. Why critics hate: Benchwarmers. Reminds them of their own lack of skill at sports.  And, rather than gaining the skill to win a game through some crazy routine, they kind of stay mediocre.  Ouch.  As the film title says “reality bites.” Rather than getting revenge, […]

Read More

The Sorrows of Deirdre

So, I had a film called “The Sorrows of Deirdre.”  I noticed something interesting.  Depending on who I pitch it to, my pitch changes. LinkedIn Pitch: It’s called “The Sorrows of Deirdre” and it’s based on Celtic mythology. Deirdre has been cursed with such beauty, that men’s desires her threatens to divide Ireland. To settle […]

Read More

Advancing Aberystwyth mathematics problem

You may have seen flags up this summer for “Advancing Aberystwyth.”  These flags say there are events “supported” by local businesses.  Well, by taxes on local businesses. Did these events get you shopping more?  Did the chance to see The Goonies on the big screen bring you over from Birmingham, Boston, or Berlin?  Or even […]

Read More