The second I make something a part of my life, it’s abducted in the dead of night, never to be seen again.
It’s 2014, time for Oscar categories to reflect what we’re all really thinking about the entertainment industry.
Before the internet was really the internet, computers were for playing games that hid education behind weird 8-bit characters.
We’ve got manic MMA Sherlock. We’ve got Sherlock-in-America with gender-bent Watson and Moriarty. We’ve got a modern day Sherlock obsessed with texting who recently dumped his boyfriend by faking suicide. You could even argue we have a time-traveling Sherlock whose Moriarty is headless and rides a horse. Now that we have actual permission to play with the characters as much as we like, what else should we do with the consulting detective and his long-suffering partner?
When dealing with things straight out of myth, folklore, and legends, it’s important to have a bookworm or two on your side.
With ‘Broadchurch: America’ on the horizon, we can probably expect more innocent British dramas to be dragged across the ocean for incomplete makeovers.
Since the dawn of advertising, there have always been some head-scratchers, though some of the strangest commercials turned out to be the most popular.
If you’re a writer, you’ve heard it before – and you’ll hear it over, and over, and over again. The Write Life is frustrating, sometimes depressing, and not a career path any sane person would choose. That’s how you know you’re a writer – you don’t choose this life, it chooses you.
1. Clue (1985) – I can’t for the life of me remember where I first saw this film, but it was love at first viewing. It has an incredible cast and is just non-stop verbal banter and slapstick comedy based on a board game. Tim Curry is especially amazing – the speech he has to give multiple times in the end must be six pages long. This is a DVD…
Out of utter desperation to maintain my weekly feature, I present to you this sad little list which will no doubt get more hits and comments than any of my well-crafted essays: 1. Arrested Development. I feel like this is the television equivalent of (500) Days of Summer, i.e. if you haven’t seen it, you’re missing out and aren’t a chic indie hipster.* AD is the show the characters in Summer…