Search


Viewing 1 - 20 of 20 results
Jul
2nd
2020

Not A Saint · 9:33pm Jul 2nd, 2020

Hey, so, this skit’s gonna be a little different. It’s a little more serious than my usual skits.

*rushing around the building* “Clark! Clark, Clark, Claaaaaaark! We just ordered pizza, and...”

Slash! Slash! Slash!

”What’s that?” *peeks around the corner*

*taking deep breaths and straightening his hair*

”...Clark...?”

Read More

Report ItsGriffy · 61 views · #Clark #Philip
Jul
1st
2020

What Clark and Philip Would Probably Sound Like · 2:42pm Jul 1st, 2020

I’m thing that when Clark isn’t yelling at someone, or singing instead, he sounds a lot like Jack Stauber. Like, just picture him singing about his inner demons in this song!


I’m also thinking Philip would sound a lot like this, since he seems like a really playful guy.

Report ItsGriffy · 46 views · #Clark #Philip #Voices
Oct
6th
2020

Factober The 5th! 🎃🔪 · 12:04am Oct 6th, 2020


A Christmas Story (1983) will be a lasting part of Bob Clark’s legacy, but for horror fans, the work he did in the 1970s is just as important. Films like Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things (1972) and Deathdream (1974) got him notice, but Black Christmas (1974), one of the first slasher films, became a cult classic and earned him a dedicated following.

Read More

Jul
2nd
2020

The, Uh, Ship Art I Drew · 1:51am Jul 2nd, 2020

Kisses! :heart:

Banana Attack...?

Huggies! UwU

Apr
26th
2014

The Indistinguishability of Magic and Technology · 10:28pm Apr 26th, 2014

According to Arthur C Clarke's excessively quoted words of wisdom: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”. [1]

It's a nice line. Cute, concise, and sufficiently unscientifically defined that it can be either true or false depending on how you choose to interpret it.

Read More

Feb
5th
2017

How To Write Good Part One: Fred Clark's Holy Fury · 5:40pm Feb 5th, 2017

Hello everyone! Welcome to my new and unrequested series on learning about writing. I've blogged about bits of writing before, but here I want to go from the ground up and do something a little bit more comprehensive. I'm not writing a textbook with every aspect of storytelling covered one after another - hell, my own eyes glaze the fuck over when I see guides for newbie writers with headings and subheadings for 'plot' 'characters' 'villains' with a hundred points in alphabetical order, after

Read More

Sep
28th
2020

Interesting dream · 12:02pm Sep 28th, 2020

I had a dream last night that I was Clark Kent. Or at least a younger Clark Kent, still in his teens probably. There was some sort of Hogwarts-esque school for metahumans that I was attending, and I think I was trying to hide just how powerful I really was as Clark. But in this crazy dream universe The Seven from The Boys were real, because I very clearly remember Homelander at the initial welcoming ceremony, and every time I looked at him I got chills. In fact, that's why I was there,

Read More

Jul
2nd
2020

Who Broke It? (Not Original) · 4:47pm Jul 2nd, 2020

“So... who broke it?”

Everyone: “...”

”I’m not mad, I just wanna know.”

”...”

”I did. I broke it, C—“

”No, no, you didn’t. Silverstream?”

”Don’t look at me! ...Look at Gallus.”

”What?! I didn’t break it!”

”Huh. That’s weird. How’d you even know it was broken?”

Read More

Jul
1st
2020

Interesting... · 10:39pm Jul 1st, 2020

Hey, I found out what Philip’s made of! Cheesecake! I know, weird.

”Clark, we need to have an intervention.”

*huffs* “Why?”

”We see you hang around Philip.”

”Okay. And?”

”We see you watch Philip.”

”Uh...”

”We see you follow Philip.”

Read More

Dec
24th
2016

Clark and Eddie go to Walmart while CBC tells everyone to go to the same store · 1:39am Dec 24th, 2016

In one scene [from a CBC broadcast of NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS VACATION] where Clark and Eddie goes shopping to buy dog food, CBC tells everyone to go to Walmart when they advertise on the bottom banner.
How ironic is this?

- Ryan Vo.

Jan
26th
2021

Being a Better Writer: Clarke’s Three Laws · 12:33am January 26th

Hello readers! Yes, I know I must apologize for the lateness of this post in coming online. But I had a really good reason, one that I think many of you will sympathize with: I was up extremely late last night reading a book. Which I then finished this afternoon as soon as I could.

Read More

May
5th
2016

New Project I Wrapped Up · 6:33pm May 5th, 2016

So, obviously, I haven't exactly been the busiest guy on this site of late. This is largely because I find it hard to concentrate on personal work while having to work on student work. Like what, you may ask? Like this!

Mar
18th
2017

Hero Souls: Awakening Character Sheet - Twilight Sparkle · 5:20pm Mar 18th, 2017

That moment when you realize just how ungodly broken a character is...

So, to help me in my continual work on Hero Souls: Awakening, I decided to create a character sheet listing Twilight's powers and skills, as well as some personality points. It was meant as both a reminder of the limit of Twilight's power, and to help me keep facts straight.

Read More

Sep
11th
2015

Review: Gone with the Wind (1939) · 6:58pm Sep 11th, 2015

Trying to describe the sheer epic scope, drama, and downright awesomeness of Gone with the Wind in a single review, as opposed to several thesis papers is pretty much impossible. There's so much in this film to touch on, from the character arcs, to the subtext, to metaphorical imagery to it's impact on the film art form as a whole.

That being said, I will still try to explain why I think it's probably the greatest American film ever made.

Read More

Feb
24th
2021

My Movie Review on 50 First Dates · 10:08pm February 24th

Aloha, my friends.

This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

Today, for the 7th installment of my "February Festivity", I'm gonna give you guys my take of "50 First Dates".

Here's the rundown of it:

Read More

Feb
24th
2020

My TV Show Review on Clifford the Big Red Dog · 9:08pm Feb 24th, 2020

Yo, what's up, my friends?

This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

And today, for my 19th TV show analysis, I'm gonna give you guys my take of "Clifford the Big Red Dog".

Here's what the series is about:

Read More

Feb
6th
2019

My Movie Review on Racing Stripes · 10:32pm Feb 6th, 2019

What’s up, you guys! A Man Undercover in the house!

Today, I will be reviewing “Racing Stripes”!

Read More

Jun
21st
2015

Hey Scootaloo96! I discovered these records (and tapes) from your homeland in my country (USA!) · 1:41am Jun 21st, 2015

LPs - Philips
ROCKIN' - FRANKIE LAINE - PHILIPS BBL 7155 - 1957 - American Recording
This and three other UK LPs were purchased at stores in my residence of Tucson. This and two other records were purchased by me at a Goodwill in said city.

Read More

Apr
4th
2020

My Movie Review on Clifford's Really Big Movie · 3:03pm Apr 4th, 2020

Yo, what's up, my friends?

This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

Today, following my TV show review on "Clifford the Big Red Dog", I'm gonna give you guys my take of "Clifford's Really Big Movie".

Here's the summary of it:

Read More

Nov
2nd
2019

My Movie Review on Toy Story 3 · 6:05pm Nov 2nd, 2019

My 75th film review? Already?

Gosh, the reviewing element in my brain has definitely been in overdrive. I don't know how I can even stop myself.

But, enough about that.

Today, I'll be making my 75th film analysis, and my 1st to be part of my "Thanksgiving Treat" to you all, on "Toy Story 3".

Read More

Viewing 1 - 20 of 20 results