For a different kind-of article, I was able to take part in an animation workshop for the film WOLFWALKERS. I've included some coverage of the event in the form of quotes and interesting tidbits, as well as my experience trying to follow along in the tutorial and how my own drawings turned out (like the one seen in the featured image).
With the first edition of the Nightstream Virtual Film Festival winding down, many of the events are still available on-demand until tomorrow, Oct. 14, and the same can be said for many of the festival’s on-demand titles, too! You can find those tickets and films still available here. I wanted to do a link round-up post for the films I was able to watch at this year’s Nightstream that are still available on demand, as well as some of the same films that are playing at Nightstream that I caught at Fantasia in August, and some of the short films that are playing at this year’s festival, as well, and the ones I’m highlighting will have played at Fantasia.
Hi all, I thought I would divert from my usual film reviews for a post. I wanted to share a column piece I wrote for my college newspaper, the Algonquin Times, last semester about my anxieties in high school and how the film The Perks of Being a Wallflower (review) helped me get through it. I also just [...]
This is my first product review, so I hope I get my thoughts across as well as I can. This is a review of a Samsung 32" Class LED Smart HDTV, which I got the other month on this cool site called Argos. Oh, and the direct link to their TVs page is this. It [...]
I've been at this blogging thing for a year now! I also just hit 21,000 views, so I'm proud of that. Is that good for the first year? I'm not really sure. I'd like to thank all the people who visit and leave all the great comments. I look forward to growing the Daniel's [...]
I don't think I can watch all of Sandler's movies that I said I'd watch. When I was trying to sleep the other night, I couldn't think of an answer to why I'm having this marathon. I mean, it just doesn't seem worth it because so many of Sandler's movies are just mediocre. And I [...]
I've decided to have an Adam Sandler marathon. I think I've been a little harsh on the guy lately (but he deserves it, amirite?), so I've decided to go through his whole filmography to show that I do like some of his movies. I'll be watching twenty-nine of his movies throughout the first two weeks [...]
See which films being released this week are worth the watch!
Hello, dear followers! It’s Tuesday and that means it’s time for DVD Court!
DVD Court takes place over at The Cinematic Katzenjammer and this is what we do on a weekly basis:
As The Jury, we recommend what should happen to a particular DVD released today. Voting Burn It, Skip It, Rent It, or Buy It, we come together to deliver a verdict and hope to help you decide what to watch or avoid.
2013 Oscar Predictions of Nominees The film in bold is the one that I think will win. Also, I haven't predicted a category where I haven't seen at least one of the films. Best Picture Amour (2012) Argo (2012) Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012) Django Unchained (2012) Les Misérables (2012) Life of Pi (2012) [...]
2012 saw some great films, and some real stinkers. I have seen 68 of them. These are my top 25 favourite films of 2012, and also the ten worst. Oh and, some of these films don't have the highest scores, but they're higher up on the list. This is because some films (like The Hobbit) [...]