The War on Drugs - Red Eyes
I was born in the shadow of a great mountain. Now this is true, and we lived at the top for a few years until my family decided to move to Toronto, where I have lived and worked for the last several years. I like to write, walk, listen to music, eat grapefruits and punch kittens. No I'm kidding. I don't like grapefruits.
The War on Drugs - Red Eyes
This isn’t a bragging post. I was nominated for an award for my screenplay "Conjugal" which they managed to retardedly misspell on everything including the plaque.
Meet Mrs. Claws: How one woman’s quest to save cats became a must-see movie
Declawing can be an inhumane procedure that leaves many cats in intense pain, and sometimes crippled. ‘How anyone can do that to a cat knowing all of this is stunning,’ says veterinarian and filmmaker Jennifer Conrad.
The lovely actress Annette Wozniak in a still from my film "Camping with Shondra Foxx" coming 2014.
Artist: Scott Walker
Album: Scott 4
Scott Walker - Duchess
What’s a bumbaclot Peter Tosh?
"Move your bumbaclot!" - Peter Tosh
Directed by Paul Griffin. With Mark DeNicola, Annette Wozniak. A lonely man hires a hooker to go camping with him.
"Camping with Shondra Foxx" on IMDB. Coming 2014!
Track: Don't Give Up
Artist: Washed Out
Washed Out - Don’t Give Up
Stills from my short film “Camping with Shondra Foxx” coming to a theater and computer screen near you.
Full 30 Minute documentary about Tom Waits spending a day in Vienna.
While the show in and of itself was a revelation to television, Breaking Bad was not so revolutionary if you look at the whole story. It’s the story of a math teacher becoming a gangster. What is the biggest cliche in every gangster related film, book or story ever told?
The gangster has to die in the end.
Go back and do the research: Layer Cake, Scarface, Carlito’s Way, King of New York, Godfather 1, Godfather 2, Godfather 3!, Gangster Number 1, Menace 2 Society, Juice, on and on. Every film a major main character (In the case of the Godfather one of the major characters) dying. I fucking hate it. In the real world the guy is caught, sent to jail and rots in prison for a while only to be released to do it all over again.
So in that sense, Breaking Bad is nothing revolutionary. For the medium of serial television though, it is and that’s why it’s so justly celebrated. I agree that it is brilliantly written, acted and produced. But I absolutely hate that gangster movie cliche and want to destroy it.
To me Walter White is still alive. I like to forget what the creator, writers, actors, pretty much everyone else on the planet is telling me. Walt’s gonna be picked up off that floor, cleaned up and become a living icon in prison.
Quick one sheet for my new short film “Camping with Shondra Foxx”
A short comedy about a lonely guy who takes a hooker camping!