Sunday, March 18, 2018


   I just got home from seeing The Strangers: Prey At Night, the sequel to the 2008 movie The Strangers. Both movies have the same plot line. Three people in masks go and kill people in remote areas. In the first movie, the big quote was when asked,"Why are you doing this?" was,"Because you were home". The thought of no rhyme or reason for there actions, and the way they stalked there victims gave you a real uneasy feeling. Its not really a gory movie, its more about being intense and to mess with your psyche.

   In this sequel the three killers, only known as Dollface, Pin Up Girl, and the Man In The Mask arrive to a trailer park campsite, and kill the keepers of the park. Meanwhile, a family that consist of a mother, father, brother, and sister, gets ready to head out to take there daughter to a boarding school, cause she is just too much to handle. There is a lot of poor parenting in this movie. They end up at the trailer park as a pit stop, which happens to be the mother's uncles place.

Saturday, March 3, 2018


   I just got home from watching the remake to the 1974 film that starred Charles Bronson, Death Wish, which was based off a book by Brian Garfield. In the new 2018 version of the classic movie, Bruce Willis takes on the lead role as Paul Kersey. The city it takes place also changed from New York to Chicago. When I first saw the trailer for Death Wish and saw that Bruce Willis was going to play the lead role, I got excited. The fact that they used a well known actor and not some random Joe Blow, made the idea of a remake more acceptable.

Saturday, December 30, 2017


   Don Jose's Mexican Restaurant in Castro Valley, California has some great memories for me when I was in and after I graduated from high school. I use to frequent that place all the time, they had the best salsa. I remember one time a friend and I went there just for some chips and salsa cause they were so good. Back then, that was my spot, I took many dates there. Now a days the food, not as good though.

   I had been to Don Jose's in a few years, then went back to be disappointed. The food was not as I remembered, and the salsa tasted like tomato paste. I could not believe that one of my favorite spots had gone down so much in just a few years of me being there. After that experience, I said that I would not return. So I moved on from a place that was a go to for me.

Sunday, December 24, 2017


   Tis the season to be jolly, or so the song says. This years Christmas feels weird. I have not really felt the "Christmas sprite" yet. As I am writing this, it is Christmas Eve! Not sure what it is, it just does not feel like Christmas. Maybe its the lack of Christmas music that I have heard this year.

   I got all my shopping done, mostly online. That could be it also. Not going to the store as much and hearing all the Christmas music. Not seeing all the decorations and hearing people saying,"Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays". That could be a big part of it.

Sunday, December 17, 2017


   Last night I saw the highly anticipated new Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi. Giving my opinion and thoughts on the movie. I stayed away from all spoilers from people in person and online. How I was able to do that, still amazes me since I saw it two days after it premiered. All I did hear was, that it was really good. Some even said,"The best Star Wars yet!".

Sunday, November 26, 2017


   Who doesn't love going to concerts to listen to live music? Seeing your favorite bands playing the songs you blast on the radio or other music device, singing along to words. Rocking out to music that makes you feel good. I still remember my first concert till this day. Well the year of 2017 has been filled with a bunch of concerts, eight to be exacted.

   My concert session started in January when I went to see my friend Brian perform with his band, Angel's Of Fear. They played in a local bar called The Golden Bull in Oakland, California. I have gone to support Brian and Angel's Of Fear all the time. It's fun watching local bands, and you never know, you could be watching the next big thing.