Author: Nick Floyd

Beauty and the Beast was the first film he can remember seeing as a child. He used to listen to film scores in his front yard and recreate full scenes using only his "imagination." The Goonies is a film he can quote from the opening credits to the end credits. He’s patiently awaiting the day when someone actually captures Sasquatch just so he can prove his parents wrong about what he really saw run across the street one dark and stormy night years ago. In 2008, he had a near death experience/encounter with a moose on the Stampede Trail in Alaska. To this day, he’s trying to adapt it into a full length film.

About Nick Floyd

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Beauty and the Beast was the first film he can remember seeing as a child. He used to listen to film scores in his front yard and recreate full scenes using only his "imagination." The Goonies is a film he can quote from the opening credits to the end credits. He’s patiently awaiting the day when someone actually captures Sasquatch just so he can prove his parents wrong about what he really saw run across the street one dark and stormy night years ago. In 2008, he had a near death experience/encounter with a moose on the Stampede Trail in Alaska. To this day, he’s trying to adapt it into a full length film.

ATYPICAL ANALYSIS: Dunkirk (Review)

I’ve been a film fanatic as long as I can remember. Films have molded my personality, created sparks in my imagination and have given me a career path to follow. ‘Review’ can be a dirty word nowadays, as a lot of our personal opinions don’t necessarily align with...

FAN FEST EXCLUSIVE: ‘The Walking Dead’ Alum Jose Pablo Cantillo talks ‘Zygote’ and collaborating with Neill Blomkamp

As I’ve previously said, if you’re not focusing your attention on Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios…you should be. The recent short film released, ‘Zygote,’ stars Dakota Fanning and ‘The Walking Dead‘ fan favorite, Jose Pablo Cantillo. Neill has successfully put ‘fear’ back into science fiction by crafting an incredibly...

THE MOST: A Game of Favorites

THE MOST: A Game Of Favorites For quite some time I’ve always said the thing that makes a great film isn’t the story, the direction or the acting; it’s all about creating a necessary reason for a viewer to revisit a film. This is what makes a film a...