Tuesday, July 19, 2011


Do you believe in unicorns? What would you think if I told you they were real? I don't mean those hideously cute pink, chubby creatures with the sparkling horn and tail. That most certainly is not real, but I wouldn't classify those as unicorns either. So what does a unicorn look like? Well I have never seen one but they are described as strong, powerful creatures, with the body of a horse, the tail of a lion, and cloven hooves that can cut through stone. They have a three foot long horn that is black and at the very tip, blood red. They are the color of purest snow, which signifies their purity. They can sense the sin and corruption of man, and because of their purity, will flee when ever they sense a man is near. According to Aristotle the way to capture the unicorn was to lure it in with a virgin, which the unicorn will be draw to because of her purity, while the hunters laid in wait for the unicorn to come and lay down at the feet of the virgin. Then they will rush out and cut off it's head, before it had time to turn on them. Because of its strength  it could never been taken alive. They hunted it for the horn, which had the power to draw poison out of water and could heal any illness. You are probably saying right now "Come on, your saying that there are these big white creatures living in the woods, that no one has seen? And I'm just suppose to buy this?" That's okay, I understand, but I think that unicorns, if they don't exist now, they once did. Another legend states, during the time of the great flood a pair unicorns were called to the ark and on the way the female unicorn was injured and could go no further. Rather the abandon her and save himself, the male unicorn stayed with her and drowned in the flood. I believe that unicorns exist because who other then God create such unique and beautiful creature?

Friday, July 8, 2011

Church Basement Production Group

                                  Go see the new blog I started! ~ Church Basement Productions
That is were the Pygmalion updates and other projects will be posted.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Brave - 2012

I can't wait for this to come out! Scotland, fairytale, Pixar and horses! What could get better then that?

Saturday, July 2, 2011

I'm back!

Well, actually I have been back from vacation for almost a week though and have gotten a lot accomplished since then. First of all I got my drivers licence, yesterday in fact. It's so nice to have that over and done. Also, I did my ACT test the week before on the 11th and am still waiting for the results to come (I really hope I did okay ).  And also am in the process of applying for PSEO classes for College.
And now for an update on my movie:
        First of all, I had to change it, again, but now it is a radio play. You are probably asking "first a play, then a movie, and now a radio play? What next a book?"  I know the best laid plans.... but you know the rest. So how did it all happen, weeelll it mostly came down to this sort of realization that I only have this month to film, since one of my actors is going to the seminary and another one is going to World Youth Day, and since we also had only one Act filmed (due to the difficulty of getting over five people together in one place at the same time) I realized that short of a miracle there was no way that we would get the other four Acts filmed in one month. So rather then asking for a miracle, I decided that it would be simpler to record it as a radio play. The beauty of this scheme is the fact that we can get it completely done in an afternoon, or so. So I bought three microphones, the lovely one depicted in the picture below:

And now all I have to do is wrangle up all my actors and get recording, hopefully be for some of them leave!