A ‘Big’ Change, and a Hearty Thank You

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I didn’t know what to expect when I bought the domain name back in 2007. My wife and I had just moved to Denver from D.C., leaving behind Beltway traffic, exhorbitant home prices and a great gig at The Washington Times. I simply figured I needed a nook on the Web to call my own, and perhaps one day I’d wrangle a full-time gig out of it. Who knew it would take four years and hundreds of blog posts… Read More »A ‘Big’ Change, and a Hearty Thank You

From WWTW to … Hollywood in Toto

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My movie blogging journey has taken a serious turn. I started What Would Toto Watch? in 2007, hoping to secure some Internet turf and share my love for the latest, greatest movies. Turns out I enjoyed blogging about film as much as seeing the latest Oscar contenders. A few years later that passion helped me score a full-time gig as assistant editor at Big Hollywood. I was thrilled, but something still gnawed at me. I felt like my work at… Read More »From WWTW to … Hollywood in Toto

‘Vampire Killers’ – Generic Title, No Scares, Few Laughs

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It’s easy to watch “Shaun of the Dead” and “Slither” and say, heck, who couldn’t make a horror comedy? “Vampire Killers” reminds us blending the two genres takes a delicate touch – and a sense of humor beyond the grade school level. The British import, originally called “Lesbian Vampire Killers,” debuts on DVD Dec. 29. Just don’t expect to stack it alongside other horror comedy gems like “Shaun” and “An American Werewolf in London.” “Killers” belongs on the pay cable… Read More »‘Vampire Killers’ – Generic Title, No Scares, Few Laughs