81 ‘likes’ in 3 days?! :D Once Bitten, Twice Shy (again).
I am sure that I’ve been this tired and achy before in my life, it’s just been so long ago that I’ve obviously forgotten! I’m also that curious blend of satisfied and yet really wanting to do it all again; that part of me that will never be satisfied with a performance I’ve given. sure… Read More ›
Well, hello there! You still here? It’s good to see you all. I think, that while I’ve got you here, I’ll give you all an update and an explanation and an apology. But first? Thanks for hanging around until I could get back. I’ve been very busy you see and I’ve let you all down. So… Read More ›
Natasha Harmer is making an independent short film, I think we all know that by now; especially if you’ve been reading my blog. The film is called Once Bitten, Twice Shy and I have the lead role. This event has excited me beyond all measure. The profession I had turned my back on not once,… Read More ›
Short Film (Once Bitten, Twice Shy) Progress.
On the 9th of March I did a review on the soon-to-be-released Indie “Art-House” Horror Film The Taking (just click on the link if you missed it) and the creators of the film (BAPart Films) graciously accepted my request for an interview. BAPart Films is a partnership of Cezil Reed and Lydelle Jackson who both formed… Read More ›
Written and Directed by the team of Cezil Reed and Lydelle Jackson aka BAPartists, The Taking is a dark frantic journey into the depths of evil and fear. This is the team’s first foray into the feature film world and it is a great start. Shot in 2012 it will have it’s world premiere officially announced at… Read More ›
Madison County is a low-budget “slasher” horror film that was filmed in and around Russellville Arkansas. Written and directed by local boy Eric England, the film looks good. The production values are incredibly good, no doubt because England shot the entire film on the Sony Red digital camera. I’ve written about the Red before in an earlier… Read More ›
After giving my thoughts on two similar, but different, films recently I had a conversation with my daughter Meg about them. The films were both a brilliant example of the kind of mindless escapism that a lot of folks love. But while both films were the made in the same vein; one was science fiction… Read More ›
With all the usual hype and build-up to the 85th Oscar Academy Awards, I suddenly realised that, unlike the ceremonies that I watched growing up, I did not care at all about the upcoming event. I used to love the Oscar ceremony. The Academy Awards with all its pomp and circumstance kept me glued to the telly… Read More ›