Choose those conventional films that lack vision or choose Neil Blomkamp’s Oats Studios as your source for films to ignite and inspire.
1206, Norway is troubled by civil war. The tyrannical hands of Christianity possess an unrelenting stranglehold on the country and the church and its faction of Norwegian aristocracy, known as the Baglers, is deceitfully wielding its way through Norway’s heirarchy in an attempt to obtain … Continue reading “The Last King”: Norwegian History on a Budget
To eliminate the target, or not to eliminate the target?, that is the question. A victory for terrorism is like a slap in the face to our government. After rampage shootings or suicide bombings citizens ask, “How come nothing was done to prevent this from … Continue reading Decisions, Decisions in “Eye in the Sky”
It’s time for something new. I’ve been writing mystery and crime screenplays for the last four years and now it’s time to switch gears, to jump into another genre of fiction and explore. Since the time that I was young lad, I’ve enjoyed science-fiction and … Continue reading Something New: “Tales of Synthina”
The children were warned by their father and mother not to go wandering in the woods. It’s a foreboding and dark wood that stretches for miles. It’s easy to get lost and there’s something else…something, or someone, that lives out there. Someone with dark supernatural … Continue reading Beware “The VVitch”
I’ve always thought of films as educational pieces of entertainment. A film is sorta like a documentary, capable of transporting audiences into small regions of the world hosted by fictional characters and we have the pleasure and privilege of sitting back and watching those characters … Continue reading War Child in “Beasts of No Nation”
Eddie Miller is a different breed of man. He’s the predecessor to Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver and Louis Bloom in Nightcrawler. A sex fiend and a creep. A misunderstood misanthrope with a grudge against the opposite sex. He places himself low on the totem … Continue reading At the Drive-In: “The Sniper” (1952)