Monthly Archives: March 2012

Film Friday: Moon (2009)


Moon (2009) is a British science fiction film directed by Duncan Jones. The movie centers on Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell), an astronaut whose job is to mine helium-3 off the far side of the moon. It’s a 3-year job and Sam’s only companion is a robot named GERTY (voiced by Kevin Spacey). At the beginning … Continue reading

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My College Decision

Dodge College

I decided last night that I’ll be attending Chapman University in Orange, California. I’ll be majoring in Film Production at the Dodge College of Film & Media Arts. It’s kind of a shock to finally know where I’m going. I’ve looked at many colleges and, after a lot of thought, I’ve decided that Chapman is … Continue reading

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“Top 10 Worst Presidents” Best Comments

Top 10 Worst Presidents

Last year, I made a video for a social studies project called “Top 10 Worst Presidents.” Basically, the teacher gave a freeform assignment where you could make a song, powerpoint, poster, or whatever as long as you applied some of the knowledge you learned in class. I knew right away I was going to make … Continue reading

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Film Friday: The Midnight Meat Train (2008)

Midnight Meat Train

Every Friday, I’m going to suggest a movie to check out… Today, I’m going to suggest The Midnight Meat Train. First off, no it’s not a porno… I get that question a lot. The Midnight Meat Train (2008) is a horror film based off of a Clive Barker short story of the same name. The … Continue reading

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College Reflections: Florida State

Florida State University

Florida State was my number one choice school for a long time. It has one of the top film programs in the country and an array of attractive features: affordable tuition, state of the art facilities, very small class sizes, an internship program, etc. In addition, FSU is one of the few schools that completely … Continue reading

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