Writing Inspiration #2 – Music

Like with visual art, there are many ways which music can inspire you when you write. It can set you in the correct mood or mindset. Or maybe the lyrics of a song can set your mind on an idea.   But for me the song below brings a particularly inspiring feeling to my heart. Shame!  … Continue Reading →

My Dalek Tribute Videos

In December of 2005, after just having discovered Doctor Who, I was watching the show’s behind-the-scenes spin-off show, Doctor Who Confidential. One short segment featured shots of The Doctor’s main villains, the Daleks, cut together with the Big Brovaz song Nu Flow. Those two elements worked so well together that I was disappointed that the… Continue Reading →

Jonathan Coulton Will Rock You

This is a video I made over ten years ago, featuring Jonathan Coulton’s folksy soft-rock cover of Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’, the 52nd and final song he did for his Thing-A-Week project. The video was very easy to make, as I simply edited Coulton’s version of the song in over the official Queen music… Continue Reading →

Universal Monsters

Last October I listed my ten favorite Halloween movies, so this time I decided to write about some Halloweeny films I’ve seen since then.   Earlier this year, my girlfriend bought a blu-ray box set collection of old Universal Studios monster movies. I enjoyed all of these film on some level, but a few of them did… Continue Reading →

One Year of Blogging

Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of when I published my very first blog post! I have been posting three days a week for a year, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, resulting in a whopping 157 posts, including this one.   I am going to continue with this schedule out the month of October, but after… Continue Reading →

Jonathan Coulton’s Career

Jonathan Coulton was born on the 1st of December 1970 in New Haven, Connecticut. He had hopes of becoming a musician from a young age, so while studying for his Bachelor of Arts degree at Yale University, he was part of several bands with fellow students, most notably the collegiate a capella group The Yale Whiffenpoofs. . After he graduated from Yale in 1993,… Continue Reading →

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