Well, I’m beyond being unfashionably late to the party. By rights, I have offended the hosts, embarrassed myself and potentially brought a downer on the whole soirée. So let me make immediate reparations for being terribly overdue by loudly proclaiming … Continue reading
Well, this is nice! Wired.com have posted a feature on Kernel Panic.
Although I wished I came up with a more inspiring answer for my influences. I don’t know what’s the matter with me, but every time someone asks me what my favourite films are my mind excuses itself and checks into The Blank Slate motel in Voidsville.
Maybe I should post something more illuminating than the duff answer I gave the Wired feature…
It’s two for two in 2012 for the geek ubermensch, Joss Whedon. Obviously, his take on the AVENGERS has dominated this summers blockbusters. Now, a week after his superhero gigantosaur has been unleashed in DVD form, comes this years second … Continue reading
Note – This gets pretty heavy with the spoilers. Short version – it’s better than what you thought it would be. And thus the comic book adaptation machine soldiers onwards. Whilst Batman was well made, if slightly forgettable and The … Continue reading
My short film, KERNEL PANIC, is currently ranked at number 100 on Shooting Peoples Film Of The Month leader board. Help me raise KP to the lofty heights of 99th place! View and vote for the film here – https://shootingpeople.org/watch/111470/kernel-panic. You have to be a member to vote, but the view count is used to settle ties. Every little helps, as my grandmother used to say!
There’s been a lot of talk about 3D recently and even those with a marginal interest in film couldn’t have missed the chatter. Over the years, we have been bombarded with publicity from the pro 3D camp, followed up by … Continue reading
(Originally I posted this on badjam.co.uk earlier this year. It’s a bit out of date but many of the points still stand. Whilst this clearly betrays Apple as the main target of ridicule in my film Kernel Panic, I would … Continue reading