Showing posts from 2012

Merry Chritsmas From Coldth!


He's Flying!

What went through my mind during Felix Baumgartner's record breaking space jump:



So, You Have Accepted the Truth

“So, You Have Accepted the Truth” - Extended Universes

“A thousand pages of hobbits hasn’t been enough for three generations of post-World War II fantasy fans…writers are creating the hobbits they still love and pine for; they are trying to bring Frodo and Sam back from the Grey Havens because Tolkien is no longer around to do it for them.” -Stephen King, On Writing

There will never be another Star Wars movie.It is done.Finished.Many believe it should have stopped after Return of the Jedi; there are even some who think it should have stopped with A New Hope.Yet there are those who believe that the new trilogy (NT) is just as relevant, just as inspired as the old trilogy (OT).
The entire Extended Universe (EU) remains an active example of the above quote.The entire EU is a pale reflection of the only universe there is.George Lucas’ universe.There is no other, and since he is done making Star Wars films, an entire industry has been thriving to avoid this fact.It is the classic example of …

Call In (2012 - Short Film)

Check out our short film 'Call In'.

In the middle of a broadcast Steve Shell abruptly walked out on his top-rated call-in conspiracy radio show. He has not been seen or heard from since.

Call In is a radio play set to images shot around the city of Windsor, Ontario.

Directed & Edited by Doug Mac Donald.
Written & Produced by Matt St. Amand.
Starring Mark Lefebvre & Rob Tymec.

Phone Yoga with Master Rob

Check out our new short: Phone Yoga with Master Rob.

And check out what people are saying about Phone Yoga with Master Rob!

It's All in the Music

I felt this pivotal scene in Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith needed an extra punch in the music.  Wait for it...

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Jar Jar Binks or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Politician

The prequels are about many things, the most important of which is politics.It is a study on how governments become corrupt and how freedoms are quickly and easily stripped away in the name of ‘security’. It is easy to ignore that there are actual points deliberately written into these movies amongst all the Lucas-haters and prequel-bashing that goes on.Lucas works in a symbolic world.Consider the amount of duality in the prequels – Anakin to Vader, Obi-Wan taking on his dead master’s roll (who up until his death he disagreed with) and he does so by picking up Qui Gon’s lightsaber and cutting down Darth Maul; Padme the handmaiden to Amadala the Queen, Chancellor Palpatine to Sidious, and so on).Admittedly it is a hard world to navigate through.This brings me to Jar Jar Binks.Personally I prefer him over Ewoks, but I am of the minority in this.Jar Jar – the bumbling, careless, brainless (“I spake!”), clumsy, and clearly full of tremendous luck (God loves the stupid).He constantly need…