I know I should be hacking away on the notificiation system for my ticketing system but I've been watching the deleted scenes and other fun stuff from "Dogma", "Clerks", and "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back". I just bought them the other day. I've been a huge fan of Kevin Smith's works since the day I watched "Clerks". It was nice to see him make "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back". How often does a director get to make a movie for the fans? If you didn't see all of the previous work then you missed out on a lot of inside jokes.
Then again I also just finished reading _If Chins Could Kill_ by Bruce Campbell. I think Bruce and his buddies (Sam Raimi especially) do make movies they would like to see and to me that is good movie making. I'm also reading _The Evil Dead Companion_, yeah I'm a glutton.
I really do enjoy directors like Sam Raimi, Kevin Smith, and Robert Rodriguez. They make films thay matter to them (for the most part, Rodriguez did some stuff that seemed way too corporate, "The Faculty"). If I ever decide to act on my ideas for movies (big task since I'm such a slacker) I can honestly say they inspired me to do it. That and the total crap that Hollywood shovels at us.
Well, that being said I'm off to get some Steak and Shake for lunch and probably go see "40 Days and 40 Nights". Yeah, yeah, I know it's Hollywood tripe but I love going to movies.