In my past I've done many things. I was a movie critic for a Boston magazine for a short amount of time, I ran a film series in the Boston area that won me 2 Boston Film Critic Awards for film programming, I did consultation work for Quentin Tarantino's film label (Rolling Thunder) back in the mid 90's, I did a brief stint reviewing Asian films on NPR radio, and I also was one of the creators of a DVD label that specialized in releasing old school kung fu films that my partners than ran into the ground with bad business decisions. For work, right now I'm doing film stuff. I'm getting ready for the release of my newest film (My distributor hasn't given me a release date yet but it will be sometime Spring 2017) while writing the script for the next film. We have already made one low budget horror/comedy film that has gotten distribution (Not great distribution as the company releasing the film was going through financial problems right when our film was being released and we never got the publicity we were promised but we did get into stores and the film was on Netflix streaming for 5 years.). The film stuff is what I'm most passionate about. Making a film is a lot of work but there is nothing more fulfilling then sitting in a movie theater and hearing people laugh at lines that you wrote. Some of my favorite films are Clerks, Bullet In The Head, most Stephen Chow films, The Killer, Buffalo '66, American Movie, Mulholland Drive, Dellamorte Dellamore, the films of Takeshi Kitano, 40 Year Old Virgin, Anchorman, Evil Dead 2, Pulp Fiction, etc... I also think Stephen Chow Sing Chi is the greatest comedic actors ever and if you agree with me, we should talk. I'm an Athiest but don't have a problem with other people believing in any kind of religion. You got to do what gets you through the day. For music some of the bands I listen to Eagles Of Death Metal, Queens Of Stone Age, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Turbonegro, Heavy Trash, The Darkness, Them Crooked Vultures, Beck, Foo Fighters, Beastie Boys RIP Adam Yauch :( , Electric Six..etc.
I don't drink, never liked the taste of alcohol. I smoke weed occasionally but haven't since I had to undergo Chemotherapy.
Don't have any tattoos and will never get any. Not my thing.
As for my personality, I always try to keep things light. I find humor is the best way to deal with most situations. I also will always put you first before my kids. This will be easy as I have no kids. That's right, I'm one of the few who has managed not to have kids with the wrong person and I'm proud of that fact.
Since my pics show my hair at different lengths I feel I should let you know that my hair is medium length as of now. It all fell out over a year ago due to the aforementioned chemotherapy so I've been growing it back.
Things I hate:
Tattoos - I love the female body. It's a work of art. Why desecrate it with bad drawings? It's just a dumb trend that lots of woman are caught up in and it really needs to end soon because it's such a turn off. If you got a couple of small ones, I can handle that. If your body looks like a wall in 80's Harlem where all the breakdancing happened, it's not going to work out between us.
Your profile has tons of mis-spelled words because you want it to sound like you're from the ghetto - I hate when people act dumb and this is the Mt. Everest of dumb so if your profile reads anyway like this "so dont waste ur tym and try to talk to me if u dont fit wat im lukin 4" or spell "the" as "dat", you're an idiot and please stay the hell away from me.
Piercings all over your face - It's never been my dream to date Doug Bradley so having piercings all over your face is not something I'm looking for.
Camping - Didn't like it as a kid and I still don't like it.
Fishing - Everything with the sea disgusts me.
Rap and R&B music - I like old school rap from the 80's to real early 90's but everything after that is like having your ears raped.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Whatever the other person wants to do. Unless it involves smoking crack or something like that because I would have to politely pass on that.