Tag Archives: What I’m Watching

Bad Movie Night Revue 2010

The last few nights Andrew has had a fever. Let’s back up a step. I am not Andrew referring to himself in third person. That said, as Andrew has been sick and semi-delerious he’s played every pity card in his … Continue reading

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On This Man Making it His Job to Study Such Things

Here’s a film. I suggest watching it through the link rather than on my blog as the screen will be larger.  Since it’s an older film (say 1946, children) it doesn’t take any time at all to download.  Only through … Continue reading

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On Interviewing and Audition(ing)

So there I was, waiting by the phone, had been waiting for half an hour (doing research and going back over my application letter), and outside the window— Outside the window is a beautiful scene.  The morning light rubs transparency … Continue reading

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On Things That Make Me Happy, Relatively Inexplicably

Here are three videos that make me happy. I imagine you might have already seen these, but I think they are worth seeing again. The first is indicative of the wedding I would like to have, and have taken part … Continue reading

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On All I Needed to Learn About Characterization I Learned from Veronica Mars

Megan and I have finally finished watching all three seasons of Veronica Mars, and were only slightly miffed (okay, heavily annoyed) by the truncated ending of the series due to, of course, uncertainty of the creators about the show being … Continue reading

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Production Log: A Day in the Life

Really, this isn’t a production log.  For that to be the case, I’d have to be actively working on this embryonic television project entitled “A Day in the Life.”  But, as I’m only thinking about it, let’s call this a … Continue reading

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Shortcut #38: Premonition

I’ve been watching too many good movies lately.  This is especially disconcerting when you are known for watching bad movies, enjoy watching bad movies, and aren’t especially hunting for those elusive-but-well-praised non-bad movies. Last night Megan and I watched a … Continue reading

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Shortcut #37: Fiddler on the Roof

I’ve loved this movie since I was a child.  I don’t know when I first saw it, except that I’m sure it was on account of my parents.  I’m pretty sure that we had a recording of the music, either … Continue reading

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Cinematic Showdown: The Signal vs. House on Haunted Hill

STROPHE Vincent Price is the star of House on Haunted Hill, but his is not the first voice you hear.  The first is the voice of Elisha Cook, Jr., which seems to set him up as the star.  But he’s … Continue reading

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On (pieces) of the Frenetic Fringe Festival

A few nights ago I saw Lineup the 2nd for the Houston Fringe Festival presented by FrenetiCore.  There was a weekend of shows before this one, and two weekends after it before the entire affair is over.  Just in case … Continue reading

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