I am really trying very hard not to let them mess with my mojo.
I find that as I get older, I have less and less tolerance for all of the negative bullshit that some people bang on about. To put it as bluntly as I can, some people really need a high five...to the face...with a chair.
I mean these people's lives are really not even that bad, trying at times perhaps, like everyone's is from time to time, but really not dreadful at all. Talk about your first world problems, these so called 'problems' are really not problems at all.
Puleez! Calm down people...things are not all that bad!
Some people I know will complain about the shitty taste of the coffee, the rainy weather, the state of things that has nothing to do with them, basically any shit that they feel like venting about. And mostly they are venting about things that are completely out of their control to change anyway. It is like they get some morbid joy out of stating the obvious and moaning on and on about it.
I just find it so incredibly, mind-numbingly boring!
I really don't want to sound like a totally selfish asshole here, but I hate that it messes with my zen state of being. I am not yet at that ultimate zen state of being where I can just block and deflect everyone else's stuff yet, so irrelevant whining does unfortunately get in.
Hello! I am trying to be mindful and zen here in case you hadn't noticed, so please don't be a creep and vent your shitty 'not really a problem' crapola onto me thanks. Sorry, but I am out, done, not interested, don't bother, go find someone else to complain to.
When you have a real problem, let's talk, until then...namaste bitches; you came to the wrong place because I'm too busy being zen to listen that trivial shit anymore.
Release Date: 2014
Rating: MA 15+
Running Time: 77 mins
More of a thriller with jump scares than a horror, but certainly an unpredictable and tension driven film. Creep is presented as a found footage film, and was the directorial debut of Patrick Brice, who also co-wrote the script and took the main acting roles with Mark Duplass. Produced by Jason Blum, better know for his work on Paranormal Activity and Insidious, Creep delivers enough intrigue to keep viewers on their toes.
Aaron (Patrick Brice) takes on a one off job as a camera-man for an unusual man named Josef (Mark Duplass). As the day of filming progresses, Josef's requests of Aaaron start to get more and more challenging.
Lots of weird and questionable occurrences going on here, there were so many truly cringe worthy moments and intensely awkward events that I wasn't sure whether to laugh or not half the time. This is really not like anything else that I have seen before, and for that reason, and for Mark Duplass' epically creepy portrayal of Josef, it made my list.
FINAL SAY: I love wolves.
3 Chili Peppers