My Favorite Thing Is Monsters
by Emil Ferris
My Favorite Thing Is Monsters by Emil Ferris


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In one of my more frustrated states, I started writing a plot outline for a short web series I thought would be a little funny and make light of the situation. Initially I thought that I’d flesh this out and add dialogue so I could pass it off as a full-blown script attempt, but I just never got far enough into it. There are some holes, and some tightening up necessary, either way, here’s what I have:

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Most days are repeats of the day before. The constants being the before and after work phone calls with Matt, eating badly and watching too much TV. Read the rest of this entry »

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A little while ago we saw the latest Pixar movie, Inside Out and unsurprisingly it was an emotional roller coaster and for days (and now even weeks later) I find myself looking up interviews with the writers and still images of the movie. While I was in the wormhole I came across The Pixar Theory by Jon Negroni which explains how all the Pixar movies are connected in the same universe.

This theory includes all the movies the studio has created: Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, Wall-E, Up, Toy Story 3, Cars 2, Brave and Monsters University. It’s too recent to be included in the video below, so here’s an article explaining how Inside Out fits into this theory. Some of these are very easy to believe, while others are definitely more of a stretch of the imagination. Either way, it’s just a bit of fun that even the Pixar staff enjoy.

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This is an annual update, mostly for myself, where the list of worthwhile shows are whittled down and only the good ones are left standing. It makes is easier when keeping track of what to keep an eye out for when the next season comes around.

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I’ve always tried to read more books than watch tv, but the truth is that when it’s colder I just don’t want to let my arms outside the blanket to hold a book. It would be a complete lie if I said there wasn’t comfort in lying wrapped in front of the box being fed a story – the only problem is sifting through the many available options to find the ones that appeal to you most. We all have different tastes, and like music preferences it’s essentially a personal choice. Read the rest of this entry »

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