At that moment, when the world around him melted away, when he stood alone like a star in the heavens

he was overwhelmed by a feeling of icy despair, but he was more firmly himself than ever.

Got some unsavory news today regarding Deadroom. It's a pretty complex story so calling it bad news is a bit of a misnomer. It in no way, shape or form does any harm to the film it just isn't what we wanted to hear at this point. As a matter of fact, it's probably done a great deal of good for the project, just not in the extent that we wished for. Who are we to complain though. I'm not purposefully being cryptic, it's just kind of a long story involving Sundance, Hollywood agents, and the hopes and dreams of four lowly Texas filmmakers. There are lots of details involved that I don't want to get into right now. No matter what we've still got a great film. It's a shame that every little thing has to be so hard when it comes to something so simple. Eh, anyway, I'll keep plugging away.

I've started a new script with David and I'm sure it will be great once it's done. We're writing every Tuesday now and hope to take a week in January to lock our selves away in New Mexico to finish it up. We'll see.