Birdbox, Netflix’s thrilling horror of the year. A jolting time lapse between past and present in a 5 years time span from the moments before the outbreak To the struggle of survival afterwards. Sandra Bullock plays the character Malorie that is deeply rooted in survival skills due to her estranged father. When we are introduced … More Bird Box: Blindingly fearsome
Wind River has been nominated for a slew of awards and has won a few including best film at the American Indian Film Festival. Taylor Sheridan (Sicario and Hell or High Water) won the best director as part of the Un Certain Regard at Festival De Cannes in 2017. … More Wind River: A Truthful Thriller
Working creatively on a form of writing called ekphrasis where words are poetically formed to describe the feelings and experiences within a picture or paint. … More Ekphrasis and Social Networking
Frank is a Middle Ages man with a wife, kids, and is running a successful car detailing business. When life gets hectic, Frank visits his cabin in upstate New York for vacations. This time while visiting he plans to finish writing his book and spend some time with his beautiful girlfriend Carlotta, but Franks plans are bungled when a injured bird is found in his cabin. … More Forbidden
Podcast link for this episode. Hello Walking Writers, This is a quick update to let you know I haven’t forgot about you or completely ditched my blog and podcast. I know everyone has busy lives so I will keep this post short and sweet to the best of my ability. Over the past few weeks … More Finding Your Vibe
“There There” by Tommy Orange was on the list of top books of 2018 in Entertainment weekly in November or December I believe. I saw this book and its description and I immediately wanted to read it. With my back log of books to read, it took me a few months to get to but … More What I’m reading now. The March madness of books and podcasts.
This week I sat down and talked to my friend Jordan Vandina. It’s been a while since we talked over the phone last, but we usually keep up with each other through text and social media. It was nice to catch up over on this Podcast about what he’s been doing out in LA over … More Walking Writers Podcast: Interview with Jordan Vandina
I thought I should share what I’ve been reading and listening to since I’ve been talking about the writing journey on my podcast. This will hopefully be a great place to show and discover new titles by different authors and ways we can learn to enhance our writing through reading. I start with this novel … More What I’m reading now. (A Walking Writers/Sean Malloy Writes blog post.)
Hello all, I have been promising some access to my work for some time and thought maybe when I create something worth sharing I would do so. At this point, I am going to post a Screenplay I wrote about a decade ago when I first graduated film school. I have a few rough drafts … More The Carrier: Screenplay by Sean Malloy
After watching the Superbowl on Sunday like most people that were disappointed with the game. I sat and watched the season premiere of Hanna on Amazon prime video. Maybe not everyone did this but since the premier was only available to watch for 24 hours before they release the whole season on Prime Video in … More Hanna: From Film to Television Series. The Teenage-Super Bad-Ass
Hello all, Thanks for joining me in this week’s new episode of the Walking Writers Podcast. I’m glad to share my progress with using dictation in my writing. Also, I came across a great article about how reading fiction creates more empathetic human beings, so if you’re a reader of fiction you are a more … More Walking Writers Podcast: Episode 13
How I depict the Series finally of Dare Devil… Before I get into specifics, I would like to Share my experience of the Show as a whole in the intense Marvel universe of television shows of today. When I look back at the show, which was one of my favorite Marvel character portrayals in a … More Dare Devil: Season 3- The Art of the Devil.
Hello all, I know it has been some time since I have posted a blog on WordPress. I feel that I owe an explanation to the time I have missed posting on this blog. Although everyone of us lives busy lives we become enveloped in the drama that we create. I have for some time … More Sean Malloy Writes Update: Living with Depression