That’s my Question for the evening. I purchased that “This Means War” flick not knowing it was an McG film. It was not goos..lol. Shannie informed me it was an McG film, then it all made sense. I don’t like any of his films, even what he did with the Terminator franchise. How can you mess […]
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Time for change. I’ve been back and forth with the Micon thing for quite a while now. I had changed it briefly to Midnight Drive Pictures but the web site address was too long and annoying, and the title never really did it for me. I wanted something that was cool, was removed from my name and was something that […]
The is a concept art piece for “The Drifter” character that’s being played by Curtis Smith who travels from town to town looking for odd jobs and whatnot. Being a product of the Vietnam war, his skills come in handy after his first run in with the outlaws, and after being revived from drowning in the Shady […]
Philip Bloom shooting on the yet to be released Sony FS700 Camera that is capable of shooting at 240FPS at HD 1080p.
I saw Rhoad’s post today for his video on Facebook and thought it had been a long time since I posted anything really ridiculous, so here’s an awesomely ridiculous video I ran across about a week ago. This is Willam Balli, a drag queen up in LA that was on Ru Paul’s Drag Race last […]
Been working on the Screenplay and finished page 25 tonight, so moving along. I’m just about done with Act 1, and I think it’s pretty solid so far. I added a couple scenes that weren’t in my initial block-out and been having a lot of fun playing with the various elements of the character’s personalities. I […]
Kind of a nice birthday surprise. Fed-x delivered the new Adobe Master Collection CS6 and Lightroom 4. I haven’t had a chance to dive into them too much yet, but they made some significant changes to Premier. I opened up the interface and it was a little foreign, but I did notice the performance was a little quicker in terms […]