Monthly Archives: January 2012

Yes that is an eyepatch. And yes, I am happy to see you.

Dug up an old photo of an indie I did a few years back. Eyepatch still cracks me up. This is from the movie Art of Pain, directed by Matt Brookens.      

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Ain’t over until the skinny chef sings! (The fat ones already did!)

So all good things must come to an end, or do they? This is a bit late of a post, but hey, it is NFL playoff weekend isn’t it?  By the way, grats Giants. I wanted Niners to win, but … Continue reading

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Book Review: Carpathia by Matt Forbeck

I don’t usually read historical fiction or horror. So when an advanced copy of CARPATHIA by Matt Forbeck landed on my kindle, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But by the next morning, after barely sleeping a wink, I can … Continue reading

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Really Eva?

Elephant purchased ten minutes before this pic.              

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Stephen King Submission

My editor at Famous Monsters Of Filmland just sent me this a few minutes ago. It was a submission letter that Stephen King at the tender age of 14 sent to the editor of Spacemen Magazine. The editor, Forrest Ackerman,  at first rejected … Continue reading

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Congrats Beverly for winning Restaurant Wars!

Congratulations to my sister-in-law Beverly Kim for winning the most anticipated episode of Top Chef, Restaurant Wars. After taking constant abuse from Cinderella’s wicked stepsisters (Mini-Heather and Prom Queen) all episode, her mouth-watering ribs saved her team and won her … Continue reading

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Eva, beg!

You want a treat? YOU WANT A TREAT?? Well, work for it, girl! BEG! Meet Eva the Airedale Terrier. This is one of the first tricks my little puppy learned. She’s 18 months old now and pushing 55 pounds, not … Continue reading

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Top Chefery

My little sister-in-law, Beverly Kim, is currently on the Bravo reality cooking show: Top Chef Texas. For fans of the show, you’ll know her as the krying korean. Let’s be fair, she only cried…a few times…in the first few episodes. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Empire State by Adam Christopher

If I had to describe Empire State in my own words, I’d be at a complete loss except for the following: read Empire State. At the heart of Adam Christopher’s fine debut novel is a crime noir escapade set during … Continue reading

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