Q&A Feature: Katherine Thompson & Michael Keeney

An unforgettable experience, to say the least, but thanks to this particular opportunity, I have an expectation of how the film life works for future projects. Now I get to sit down with the masterminds that are working towards bringing Wisconsin on the competitive map for the film industry.

Film Review: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

The third installment of How to Train Your Dragon was a huge disappointment in my view. My expectations for the closure of the trilogy and Netflix series was high. The story felt rushed and for me the comedy itself was lacking in The Hidden World. I wish the story was more invested in the journey … Continue reading Film Review: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Film Review: Life Itself

Life Itself is one of the most beautiful performances I've seen in film today. In my opinion, Oscar Wilde and Antonio Banderas did wonders carrying this film and bringing the beauty of the stories to life. This is one of Banderas' best performances in his whole career, in my opinion. It's a sophisticated story-line that … Continue reading Film Review: Life Itself

Q&A Feature: Johnny Alonso

I interviewed this guy with two other essential individuals last year for Coffin II. Now, I sit alone with @johnnyalonso in this interview where we talk about his upcoming film projects, his philosophy in life, and the tricks and trades that has kept his longevity and freshness in the film career and his life in general after twenty years of hanging tough as the individual he is!

Q&A Feature: Saul Pincus

I am at it again, but this time with Canadian writer and filmmaker, Saul Pincus, as we go more in depth on his film "Nocturne." Ya know, the one I was so intrigued with, I had to watch it twice? Now I go more in depth and behind the process of film making with the man himself!