"One night a group of sorority girls came in and were blocking the doors. I asked them to move … They were being really rude to me. So, as I tore the tickets I said, ‘By the way the boat sinks at the end, Leo dies … It’s great, you think he’s sleeping, but he’s frozen! Oh and the old lady throws the jewelry in the ocean. Enjoy the movie.’ My always-stoned boss had to come over and go, ‘Did you just tell them the end of Titanic? I have to fire you.’”
I’ve been saying for years they turned Parallax into a giant fart. Well done, Screen Junkies. Well done.
Just got my first assignment for The Community Blog at EW. I’ll be reviewing “Legends”, which is a new drama coming to TNT on Aug. 13th. Check out this trailer. Very dark & intriguing, with a smidge of badass.
Hi folks! Late last year I was writing reviews of my favorite TV shows on a regular basis here on the blog. I took a break from it, but recently wrote a review of the NBC sitcom, Undateable. I love writing about TV!
Well all that writing has paid off because I’m now under contract to community.ew.com to write TV reviews exclusively for them! I’m very excited for this opportunity, and I’ll make sure to post the links to my articles when they come out.
Also, the UnFamous Podcast will return shortly. My summer gig teaching animation & filmmaking to kids has been consuming the bulk of my time. Anyway, thanks for your continued support!
Episode 13! This week my guest is web personality Dominic White a.k.a. @SarcasticSapien. Dominic has pursued stand-up comedy and YouTube sketch comedy, but feels most at home writing dry, self deprecating tweets. He’s also an aspiring comedy writer, and thanks to biting wit, he’s accumulated over 8,000 Twitter followers. We discussed his personal life, why he quit YouTube, dating, stand-up comedy in the midwest, the ups/downs of FavStar, making real friends in the online world, and much, much more. If you enjoy Dominic’s tweets, but want to get to know him better, this interview is for you. Enjoy!
Directed by Craig Johnson, written by Johnson and Mark Heyman, starring Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Ty Burrell and Luke Wilson.
Gonna go out on a limb & say this will be the greatest movie in the history of cinema. OK, that might be hyperbole, but I’m such a huge Wiig & Hader fan, and this trailer was perfect, sooooooo I can’t wait!