Hello, Internet. I’ve been spending a lot of my time looking for jobs. Luckily I have a few things lined up, and with a little luck, some of them will pan out.

I started working with Michael Bacon on the screenplay for the movie “Tweekers.” We’re still in the outline phase right now, but oh man, this movie is going to be all kinds of ridiculous. The crazy part is that many of the scenarios in it are all based on true events. I’m laughing as I’m just remembering them.

I’m really excited to a part of this project, and from what I’ve seen of his work, Michael’s got a lot of talent. I have a real good feeling about “Tweekers.” Plus it’s got drugs, sex, and rock n roll in it. Everyone knows that’s a winning combination right there.

Michael also hosts a weekly SBIG movie night–So Bad It’s Good. He shows films so terrible that they’ve circled around back into the hilarious category. Last night was “Weekend at the Cabin” which was written/directed/produced by Jason C. Moulton.

There was a lot of hype surrounding the quality of this movie, and I was not disappointed. The movie sucked. The dialogue sounded like it was written by a junior high school student. It was a horror movie that did nothing original (or even well). Moulton wrote himself as the main villain, but really it felt like he did that just because he wanted to touch some boobs. There’s nudity, and then there’s bam!-out-of-the-blue-this-is-almost-porn style nudity. This movie had the latter kind of nudity.

Every scene ended with the same kind of transition. The audio dropped in and out. Man I wish all of you could see the movie, but I don’t want you to have to pay for it. That guy doesn’t deserve a dime for this laughable excuse for a movie.

Seeing a movie that bad definitely gives me more confidence when it comes to screenplay writing. I know I can do better than that.

Writing updates!

Project: The Exile’s Violin 2 (working title)

Deadline: N/A (maybe 5/1)

Word Count: 3,361