The Search for El Sueño Fauno

FADE IN: INT. KON BROADCAST STATION – NIGHT On top of the door resides a black brick completely lost in shadow. A mechanical click sounds and the brick is illuminated into a crimson red glow reading “On-Air”. The sign gives an electrical hiss that rivals the irritating frequency of a cicada. WYATT WENT, an eccentric […]

I’m Scared of What Will Happen Next – Short Story (part 2)

Preface: First off thank you to anyone who liked or decided to read the first part which if you haven’t would highly encourage you to start at the beginning. Very grateful of the really good reception to me deviating from the normal content. Can’t believe that went up in August…. oh my I really hope […]

I’m Scared of What Will Happen Next – Short Story Teaser

  PREFACE: This is a short story I conceptualized and started working on a few months ago. I’ve stepped away from it and put it on hold for the time being. I’m still planning to revisit the idea at a later time, but thought that the best thing to do at this point would be to […]


K can’t come to the phone right now… why? Because K’s dead. When this blog opened up years ago we made it clear that we had a passion for the movies, but that was really a gateway to get to our real goal and that is to start a Book Club Website. Blease believe me […]

Murder by Necessity pt.1

Preface: Murder by Necessity is a draft of script for practice purposes. It is the telling and dramatized story of The William Brown a ship during the 1840’s which tragedy struck. With impending doom, and the survival of others in your hands what moral sacrifice can be condoned as “for the greater good”. Below will […]

Truth Stranger Than Fiction: ‘Okja’ in the Real World.

Okja is being deemed Netflix’s first big movie. The Bong Joon-ho film features a young farm girl trying to go against the odds and reclaim her best friend pig named Okja. The film does a daring job and succeeds at capturing the hearts of animal-lovers as well as promoting a message on livestock treatment. While a […]

Devil’s advocate: Pulp Fiction is a Horror Film.

Pulp Fiction (Tarantino, 1994) is a complex narrative that is rather disputable in terms of what genre it fits in, yet strongly fits the mold of a horror film with some subverted semantics. While this claim might seem invalid at first, it’s important to identify the semantics of the horror genre and how Pulp Fiction […]