didn’t america become a country because they didn’t want taxation wthout representation to begin with
what the hell government
one time my dad and i were playing video games and he killed me in it so i shouted “MOTHER FUCKER” and he looked at my little brother and said “Yes.”
Day and I came up with the names for these sex moves
sex moves aren’t ours, if someone could cite source that’d be right dandy
im not smart, im just smarter than everybody else
Hot damn, that’s our flick. Thanks!
my dad pretending to be gay at the phoenix film festival
I think everyone there
secretly not-so-secretly wants into his pants XD
Attended the first official FAVOR screening today alongside my good friend Bluecore! The response was positive across the board.
I also went around and started viewing other movies, and in particular the one I found the best (besides our own flick, of course) was the Horror Film screening, in which several short films were put together into one long sitting.
Of these, I would like to say Ryan Spindell’s ”The Root of the Problem,” Patrick & Paul Gibbs’ “Steve From Accounting Vs. The Shadow Dwellers,” Asa Shumskas-Tait’s “Midnight Daisy,” Jessica Lee Wright’s “Welcome Wagon,” and James Feeney’s “Killer Kart” were the best of the bunch. But of course, they were all excellent.
I was a little disappointed with the Animation Shorts, although a few did do well. Greg Bro’s “Stuper Powers: Rise of the Chipmunk King,” Michael Zachary Huber’s “Worlds Apart,” and Gervais Merryweather’s “Buy Buy Baby” were the exceptions to this.
I must give a special congratulations to James Cunningham and his cast’s work on “Shelved,” which was one of my favorites of the animated bunch (tied with Buy Buy Baby as my ultimate favorite) and certainly made my viewing of the Animation Shorts bearable. Wonderful work.
More films tomorrow, guys.
“You can tell how good a friend is by whether or not they’ll help you move a dead body…”
Kip Desmond has gotten everything he’s ever wanted: a thriving career, beautiful wife and an affluent lifestyle, all of which is put in jeopardy when Abby, the waitress with whom he’s having a casual fling, is accidentally killed.
A Paul Osborne film of which I am a prominent crew member. Come see FAVOR at the Phoenix Film Festival!