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Two Tones: How Music Affects The Films We W...

Jan 15, 2019No Comments

When you go to the movies the first elements of a film that you critique are easy: the acting, direction, visual effects, story, script, characters

Blog: The Runtime Conundrum

Dec 17, 2018No Comments

When it comes to watching films, we all want to get the most out of our time. Whether we’re watching an insanely gripping and emotionally

Blog: Oculus Rift: A Ten-Minute Hands-On Fi...

Nov 09, 2018No Comments

It’s no secret that I’m overly excited about the future of virtual reality and the tech behind it – I wrote as much about it

Blog: Film Trailers: Selling the Experience...

Oct 08, 2018No Comments

Trailers are obviously nothing new to the industry, film or otherwise. They help advertise the best and most exhilarating parts of an upcoming project or

Blog: Stop, Collaborate and Listen

Oct 02, 2018No Comments

Being creative is more often than not a singular, personal experience. A lot of times us creative types like to hole ourselves in our rooms,

Blog: Film Adaptations and Why We Can’t H...

Sep 25, 2018No Comments

I finally got a chance to see The Dark Tower the other day, you know, the newest adaptation of yet another great Stephen King novel,

Blog: Soundtracks and the Creative Element

Sep 24, 2018No Comments

Music in films and television is nothing new. Orchestral scores or the simplest tones of a few instruments even less so, and we all know

Blog: Creative Learning Through Popular Ent...

Sep 20, 2018No Comments

When it comes to consuming entertainment I’m a black hole, a swirling vortex of want and need that sucks up anything and everything in its

Blog: Living Inside The Story: Why VR Is Th...

Sep 20, 2018No Comments

Oculus Rift. HTC Vive. Playstation VR. To some they’re just toys, another gimmick to liberate consumers’ hard earned cash from their wallets, a fad that’ll

Blog: Just One More

Sep 20, 2018No Comments

At this point, if you haven’t heard of Netflix then you’re just outside of the pop culture bubble or living under a rock. If you