Better Watch Out

Better Watch Out

If you haven’t heard about this movie, it is a Christmas movie, but with a twist. In a quiet suburban street, a babysitter must defend a twelve-year-old boy from intruders, only to discover it’s far from a normal home invasion. It is a much see movie of the year. You might be home, but you’re not alone. It’s like scream and making of a serial killer, not the Netflix documentary. It involves teens. What if teens wanted to get attention and they do crazy stuff. It is a thriller, the story and dialogue are very smart. You will like this movie. Great performance from the young actors and they will be successful in the entertainment business. This movie is one to watch, and the movie went straight to DVD, and it is a great stocking stuffing too. Since Christmas is already gone, this movie will gain popularity over the next few weeks.


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Oliva DeJonge – You may know her in The Visit (2015)

Levi Miller a

Levi Miller – You may know him Pan (2015)

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Ed Oxenbould – You may know him in The Visit (2015)

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Aleks Mikic – He’s a versatile actor

Dacre Montgomery a

Darce Montgomery – You may know him in Power Rangers (2017)

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Patrick Warbutton – You may know him Seinfeld (1995 – 1998), Rules of Engagement(2007 2013), and Crowded (2016)

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Virginia Madsen – Versatile actress


Daylight Saving Time

It’s the most busier time of the month, November. Ever since the time change to daylight savings time, you probably learn that sunset around 5pm or early. It get’s dark early. We get off work at 5 pm and it is dark.  Get some sunlight after lunch and have that cold brisk cold on your face to wake your self up and be perky and energy at work. If that doesn’t work, take a five hour shot drink. Drink half of it.

For the children who have school in the morning. Keep their normal sleep schedule. If they get up early before the sunrise, it’s okay. Let them wake up for they could get ready to school. They could finish up their last minute homework?  Exercise in the morning? Clean the house first time. Let the children do it.  They get up first thing in the morning. Parents can sleep in for a minutes until they wake up and walk like zombies into the kitchen and make breakfast for their children. Zombies.

Let’s say you have to go or be someplace on time and we know we have our internal clock (that’s inside of us) and that could wake us up.  But if we fall asleep during the time of our internal clock have and we hit the snooze button on our alarm clock several times and find out that we are late. Who do we blame?  Day light saving time?

And another thing for Daylight saving time, if we set back our clock back one hour.  Could we go back in time and correct our mistake back in the future?


“Professor Crumbs” Ian Abercrombie Wizards of Waverly Place dies at 77

Ian Abercrombie, a busy character actor who gained recognition as Elaine Benes’ (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) eccentric boss Mr. Pitt on NBC’s Seinfeld, died Thursday in Hollywood. He was 77.

Abercrombie seemed to be always working, appearing in scores of films, TV shows and theater productions during his 50-year-plus career in show business. The British actor made his American stage debut in 1955 in a production of Stalag 17 opposite Jason Robards, played the Wise Man in Sam Raimi’s comedy-horror film Army of Darkness (1972)

and was 800-year-old wizard Professor Crumbs on Disney Channel hit Wizards of Waverly Place.

Abercrombie also had a recurring role as Palpatine/Darth Sidious on George Lucas’ animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, did voice work on animation hit Rango this year and, just before his death, completed his work on the latest episode of the Green Lantern animated series for Cartoon Network.