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The song takes on a very different message if you don't realize there is a comma between War and Children...Wu Xia is done. I've started the second already.
I am also going to be working on a trailer for We Are The Dead, a historically accurate account of the future World War Z and I'll tell you why. Hollywood is in poor shape these days. Aside from a few like "Shoot 'Em Up" and "The Dark Knight", we haven't seen many truly brutal movies in some time.
I was browsing YouTube when I came across a trailer for a Japanese film, "The Machine Girl." Remember Rose McGawyn from Planet Terror? Well, imagine one of those Gatling guns attached to the arm nub of a 16-year-old Japanese schoolgirl with a thirst for revenge against a ninja Yakuza family. The trailer is so bloody that the trailer itself would be rated NC-17 in America. This, along with titles like Battle Royale, are giving us stiff competition in the war of extremity.
Am I the only one that finds it disturbing that our films aren't matching the brutality of the rest of the world? I mean, we invented metal! (Wait...that would be England.) We perfected it (No. We tried to ruin it with hair metal). Well, we are the most metal country-(Norway, actually)...I think I made my point. What we need is more blood and more music worthy of going up to eleven in our pictures.
Wu Xia is coming along well, as opposed to the past twenty-so months where production was at a crawl. It should be done within the month.
On another note, I am now declaring war on Soy Joy. The raw yet burning hatred I hold for soy products is eclipsed only by my malice for optimism. Optimism is a positive word for blind, as pessimist is a negative word for realist. Now, the adverts are claiming the two have formed an alliance! So, it is now on my personal Axis of Evil, along with Naruto, emos, and children.
Salvation enamored and a cup of tea.