Monthly Archives: September 2012

What’s In A Game?

Originally published on Battleship Pretension. A never-ending debate among film and video-game fans alike is whether or not a film based on a video-game could ever be great. As it stands now, no film has come remotely close to that goal. … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Compliance

Soon after a film ends, I am usually able to come up with the angle for my review. If it is a particularly powerful film, sometimes it takes longer to gestate and contemplate my thoughts on it. Craig Zobel’s Compliance … Continue reading

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Catching Up On The Summer’s Best

While I may have spent most of this summer making my own film, I was still able to watch many great, small films that I did not have time to review. These films kept me going throughout the difficult editing … Continue reading

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Making A Movie About Us

— As shooting was winding down on my first short film last summer, I edited together a rough-cut for my crew. At that point, we had yet to film the last couple of scenes, so I created an ending using … Continue reading

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