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I recommend celebrating Thanksgiving today.


After today, no more work this week.

And we might get to leave early today.

The Staffs are on their way to visit.

Sheena’s got a super awesome menu she’s going to cook up.

I love holidays.


I’ve never seen a Star Trek movie.

I’m pretty sure I’ve never watched a full episode.

So, obviously, I’m not much of a Star Trek fan.

That being said, I think the new movie looks pretty awesome.



1: Kevin, you wanna play scissors, paper, stone again?
2: No!
1: Why not?
2: ‘Cause it’s boring. I always win!

The Dark Knight

I went to see this movie again last week with David and Chris because it came to the dollar theater. I have to say, I liked it even more the second time around. I’m not sure if I noticed more, of if I wasn’t paying so much attention to Ledger or what, but it was a much better movie the second time around. There were quite a few cheesy moments that I didn’t remember being as bad as they were, but they worked, I guess. All in all, this is a great movie.

Garden Party

This is a tough one. I have to say that the movie, for the most part, was pretty interesting, but I honestly can’t see myself ever recommending it to anyone. So, when I think of it that way, it wasn’t really very good. It’s about people moving to L.A. to “make it big” or whatever, and the things they actually end up doing. If that sounds good to you, check it out, but again, not really one I’d recommend to people.

Little Children

This is another tough one. It’s a good movie, and one I actually would recommend to some, but it’s also pretty risque (as you can tell from the poster), quite depressing, and a bit creepy. It was a good story, and very well acted. I wasn’t a huge fan of most of the ending, but for the most part this was pretty good.

How To Lose Friends & Alienate People

Meh. This was nothing special. I wasn’t really impressed with anyone’s performance, and the script was just okay. I expected it to be a lot funnier than it was. Not terrible, but not really that great.


Anathallo’s new album Canopy Glow came out this week.

I got my pre-ordered copy last week and it’s awesome.

Order it straight from their label, Anticon.

You should get it.




Trailer 2.

Man, this movie is going to be awesome.
Read the comic.


p.s. If you care, the video journals they are making of the production process are pretty interesting.

Journal 1
Journal 2
Journal 3
Journal 4
Journal 5
Journal 6
Journal 7
Journal 8

So creepy…


Dear Mitch,
If you’re holding this letter you already know. The house has been boarded up. The doors. The windows. Everything. We’re at the Comfort Inn. Room 112.
I love you.

Charlie Bartlett

I liked it. It was definitely not based in reality, but was a pretty fun time. It’s an oddball high school comedy that would fit in comfortable with the likes of Rushmore and Harold and Maude. It’s definitely not as classic as either of those, but it’s still pretty quirky and unique.


I really liked this one. It’s got a lot going on and was pretty intense the whole time. It’s hard to figure out who’s good and who’s bad and you can keep guessing, but you don’t really know if you’re right or not until the very end. That’s a good movie, if you ask me. Check it out.