Articles By: Brian Walton

Brian is a graduate of Biola University and the Torrey Honors Institute. Brian's interest include film and film production. Brian has worked on the production of several films, including "Project X" by New Renaissance Pictures.

The Wild Things of Childhood

When asked what he would say to parents who criticized his book Where the Wild Things Are for being too scary, author Maurice Sendak responded that he would “tell them to go to hell.” It is certainly an ironic statement, considering that certain scenes from Sendak’s book, and certainly several...
October 27th, 2009 | Other | Read More

Imagine a New Body, for Everyone

At the tail end of a summer riddled with such high energy sci-fi films as Terminator 4 and Transformers 2 comes Surrogates, a Disney film with it’s own blend of sci-fi adventure sure to please any rabid fan. Surrogates shows us a futuristic world in which humans can experience life through robotic...
October 2nd, 2009 | Culture, Film | Read More

District 9: The Little Film that Could

In a world of Michael Bays and bloated summer blockbuster spectacles, District 9 is a welcome breath of fresh air. For those still among the un-initiated, District 9 is a science fiction film from Director Neil Blomkamp that has caused quite a stir among sci-fi fan boys and Hollywood filmmakers alike....
September 30th, 2009 | Film | Read More

“Hurt Locker” Packs Heat But Lacks Heroes

Kathryn Bigelow has made quite a career for herself directing male driven action films. Although she certainly is no household name, many of her films are well loved by men in their twenties or later, most notably K19: the Widowmaker and 1991’s Point Break. With The Hurt Locker, her first feature film...
August 20th, 2009 | Film | Read More
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