Here comes the marching band :: SOTD (Advent Calendar Version – Day 3)

Keep Art Alive :: “The Lantern Parade” :: Art by Thomas Cooper Gotch “All your life you dreamed a dream, somehow connected with the silver screen, with half closed eyes you realize, it’s love in the life that is paradise, in a technicolor fade.” Jack stood underneath the second story balcony feeling all too Shakespeare for his own comfort, yet he persisted to stay there, shifting his weight from foot to foot, tossing up smooth pebbles aimed at her window. Rae was no Juliet, and oh, how she would scoff at the notion, but he was there, nonetheless, calling to her in … Continue reading Here comes the marching band :: SOTD (Advent Calendar Version – Day 3)

Merry Crap-mas with The Neighbors :: 25 Days of Holiday Movies & Specials

“Merry Crap-mas” :: Season 1, Episode 9 The Neighbors Directed by Luke Greenfield A Little History The Neighbors is an American television science fiction sitcom, airing on ABC on Wednesdays at 8:30 pm Eastern/7:30 pm Central in the 2012–2013 television season. The story line revolves around a family of humans living in a community of extraterrestrials. The series was created by Dan Fogelman, who also serves as Executive Producer. Chris Koch, Jeffrey Morton, and Aaron Kaplan serve as co-producers, and the first season was produced by ABC Studios and Kapital Entertainment.  The series, set in New Jersey, revolves around a family that has relocated to a gated townhouse community called “Hidden Hills“. Upon … Continue reading Merry Crap-mas with The Neighbors :: 25 Days of Holiday Movies & Specials

You just wait and see :: VOTD (The Holiday Edition)

Put a Little Love In Your Heart :: Annie Lennox & Al Green from the soundtrack album to Scrooged Put a Little Love in Your Heart is a song originally performed in 1968 by Jackie DeShannon, who composed it with her brother, Randy Myers, and Jimmy Holiday. In the USA, it was DeShannon’s highest-charting hit, reaching # 4 on the Hot 100 and # 2 on the Adult Contemporary charts. In late 1969, the song reached # 1 on South Africa’s Hit Parade. In 1988, Annie Lennox and Al Green recorded a version that was released as the ending theme song to the 1988 film Scrooged. The song reached # 9 in … Continue reading You just wait and see :: VOTD (The Holiday Edition)