Since forever, I’ve wanted to incorporate a more personal touch on French Toast Sunday. I mean, I love lists and reviews as much as the next guy/gal, but I’d love to share a few more personal notes with our readers. In an effort to do so, I want to introduce a few “Behind the Scenes” photos and stories from random events FTS participates in. Because all six of us live in the same city, we have the added benefit of hanging out IRL, something a lot of other film bloggers aren’t as lucky to share. So if you’re interested, check out a few of our updates from October and November.
The Fall box office is in full swing and October brought it’s share of highs and lows. See what I put together for some of last month’s highlights including box office stats, my favorite posts and new blogs I’m into.
For the last Halloween costume in the “How to Be” series, I picked one of the most memorable film characters of the last decade. See how you can become The Driver from the fantastic Nicolas Winding Refn movie Drive.
Next up for movie character Halloween costumes, I picked a character who is actually a real person. He’s not an asshole, but he’s trying so hard to be. See how you can become Mark Zuckerberg from The Social Network.
Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday. It’s full of creativity, junk food and horror movies – three things I have a hard time saying NO to. Every year I dress up in costume and usually it’s as a film character. So because I like embarass myself at least once a year (anyone that listens to the FTS Podcast knows I do that on a weekly basis) I figured I’d try my hand at putting together a few movie character Halloween costumes for you readers! Take a mintute to check out the first costume I’ve wrangled up and see how you can become Mr. Fox for Wes Anderson’s 2009 film Fantastic Mr. Fox.