So, this is my final column for the Campus Times, and I could waste the whole thing talking about myself or relating how much I have enjoyed my tenure here.
Writers Archives: Taylor Kingsbury
I’ve often been accused of being a negative, smarmy prick. I’ll concede that this assessment is fair enough, especially since I’m the last person who should be telling anyone their opinions are wrong.
Okay, so we know that making films is big business, and profit, not quality, is the ultimate bottom line in movie production.
It was a bleak and stormy Halloween night, and two men sat in an otherwise empty bar, the only living souls inside, save for the bartender, who disregarded both disinterestedly.
It is fitting this time of year, with All Hallow’s Eve looming ahead, that the dead are rising from their graves.
With the release of the “Friday the 13th: From Crystal Lake To Manhattan” DVD box set, genre aficionados finally have a definitive collection of the most flawed but fantastic horror franchise in film history.
In my years as a columnist, I have attempted many differing approaches to my craft. Some of them have worked better than others, and some haven’t worked at all. But with that spirit of unyielding experimentation, this week. I am going to attempt something I have never done before.
The cover spread on this month’s issue of Rolling Stone is quite impressive indeed. Certified rock legends stand side by side, glaring stoically at the photographer, a large American flag sprawled behind them.
An open letter to George Lucas: This week marks the arrival of arguably the most anticipated DVD release since the inception of the format.
Wow. Time flies so quickly, and here we are again. Oh, how I missed you.