Logging Movies – What I’ve Watched So Far This Year

Logging Movies – What I’ve Watched So Far This Year

I enjoy making lists. Whether it’s a movie, book, or album, I always jot down what I’m consuming artistically, so I don’t forget it. Even with my memory being fairly decent due to my age, it’s worth keeping track of these things—at least from my perspective—in case I want to look back at them. Movie-wise,

I Saw John Carpenter’s “The Thing” At The Theatres

I first saw 1982’s The Thing when I was around 12 years old and was captivated by how effortlessly it stripped away any sense of hope story-wise (thank you, Dad, for showing me so many great Sci-Fi films when I was a kid). Recently, I got a chance to see it in a theatre setting

Give Yourself Permission to be Creative | Ethan Hawke

https://youtu.be/WRS9Gek4V5Q You need a corny video from YouTube to motivate you every now and then. As cheesy as it may seem, I feel this is a very valuable video from Ted featuring Ethan Hawke. Reflecting on moments that shaped his life, actor Ethan Hawke examines how courageous expression promotes healing and connection with one another

The Lobster – We Only Play Electronic Music

https://youtu.be/Q6pquk1zWYc I have a deep infatuation with deadpan dialogue, specifically in film. No one does deadpan better in the modern era than Yorgos Lanthimos. Though his work isn’t meant for everyone, I urge you to view The Lobster, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, or Dogtooth for that indistinguishable Lanthimos dialogue. Above is a clip