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I realize I haven't posted on here in a long time. So first let me say, I've missed all of you at Spill.Con this year. Hopefully I'll make it next year.
For the last two months, I've been sort of cheating on Spill. Sort of. I've been posting movie reviews on another site called Ogeeku, which was started by somebody I went to high school with. It just dawned on me last week that I should share these posts on Spill. On top of that, I'm also developing some web content I'll post on here…Continue
Posted on June 26, 2012 at 10:28am
So, a few months back, I promoted a short film I've been working on. My follow-up to my Spill.Con film Spill: The Real Deal. It was a comedy called 1-900. It even got a mention by Spill's own Cyrus on his Facebook feed.
Well, it had a screening last night at Pittsburgh's Melwood Screening Room as part of the Senior Thesis Screening by Pittsburgh Filmmakers.
For weeks, I've seen posters at all the PFM…Continue
Posted on May 1, 2011 at 4:58pm — 2 Comments
When I heard Kevin Smith's long-awaited film was going to be self-distributed and be taken on tour, I initially had mixed feelings about it. But the next day, I thought "It makes sense. If anyone can pull this off and make it profitable- it's Kevin Smith." I mean, how many directors have the fan base he has, and actually interacts with said fan base like Kevin Smith? The closest show on the tour was four hours away from me. But luckily, it was during Spring Break so I…
Posted on March 17, 2011 at 12:05pm — 2 Comments
Hey, folks. MJ here.
Been crazy busy since the week I spent in Austin for Spill Dot Con. Got back into animation, been writing, doing a podcast, doing college and figuring out what's next.
Being in Senior Thesis right now, I've been hard at work on my first live-action film production since my .Con film "Spill: The Reel Deal". It's a dialogue-based comedy called 1-900.
Here's the poster:
Posted on January 15, 2011 at 9:00pm — 3 Comments
This is a movie I really need to think about. But not in the way that I was expecting. I was one of those people who talked about the Joaquin Phoenix interview on Letterman a year back, wondering if he was for real, or if we were all on a big prank? Well stop reading if you want to remain in mystery.
I'm not saying that in that arrogant internet troll way. Casey Affleck, the director, revealed it just recently. Which brings me to…
Posted on September 18, 2010 at 3:30pm — 4 Comments