Hello followers, this has been a really weird quarter–but now it’s over. We have things to talk about that have happened over the last three months, and we also have to future. Let’s get to the past first:

Writing for three different outlets was quite exhausting, and for the next month it’ll be just one–here. Included here is a list of all of my writing I’ve had published elsewhere, so you can peruse whatever sounds interesting to you:

Seattle Weekly:

Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse: http://www.seattleweekly.com/film/961532-129/scouts-guide-to-the-zombie-apocalypse

Crimson Peak: http://www.seattleweekly.com/film/961263-129/crimson-peak-guillermo-del-toros-house


Seattle Spectator: 

Holiday Film Guide: http://www.seattlespectator.com/2015/12/02/holiday-blockbusters-to-watch-this-holiday-season/

Truth and Spotlight: http://www.seattlespectator.com/2015/11/18/crictics-corner-hollywood-and-the-drama-of-journalism-in-spotlight-and-truth/

Spectre: http://www.seattlespectator.com/2015/11/11/critics-corner-spectre-falls-short/

The Walk: http://www.seattlespectator.com/2015/10/14/critics-corner-the-walk/

The Martian: http://www.seattlespectator.com/2015/10/07/critics-corner-the-martian/


And now for the future:

I’ve been trying to decide whether or not I want to allow myself a little break from writing, since I normally do a Winter Series of all of the movies I watch during my winter break. I have decided that I will be doing it again, along with my usual reviews of films such as In the Heart of the Sea, Sisters, The Revenant, Joy, The Hateful Eight, Youth, and this little film called..Star Wars?

After this month, it’ll be back to two outlets, potentially three depending on circumstance. Nevertheless, the posts will keep coming. My first Winter Series will be coming once I watch enough movies to write about. Until then, thanks for following.