Bill Griff

Bill Griff


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  • Paris, Texas

    Paris, Texas


    My father passed away several months ago, and life hasn’t been the same without him. I know he’s dead and gone, but some sense in me always feels like he’ll return. He’ll open up the front door covered in snow, snowshoes in hand, telling me about the two baby elk he saw crossing a stream in the woods. I know this will never happen, but the feeling is still with me.

    His favorite movie was this one, and I remember…

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  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars

    Star Wars: The Clone Wars


    Finally finished the Clone Wars series today, and damn. Ever since I saw this movie in August of 2008 at 7 years old I’ve been hooked to this series. It’s been near and dear to my heart. I spent countless hours rewatching the show, yet I’ve put off watching the final season Disney+ produced. I held it off for so long and I didn’t know why until I finally saw it.

    I’ll be honest, this show was my childhood savior.…

  • Burning



    Continuing the Steven Yeun barn burning cinematic universe.

    joke aside, I loved this. A perfect slow burn.

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  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    By the time it was 2am and I realized I was still thinking about this movie, I knew I’d have to give it 5 stars. David’s surrealistic weirdness is so unmatched. I get transported so quickly from it, I can’t help but love it. It’s like lightning in a Pabst Blue Ribbon can (Blue Velvet reference). So many things to unpack, I’ll just have to watch it again. And again. And again. And again. And-

  • Mikey and Nicky

    Mikey and Nicky


    This film means a lot to me cause I relate to Mikey in a lot of ways.

    Looking back, I’ve had many friends come and go. Either by accident or by my intention. There’s a lot of friends I know that’ve gone from being trusted with my every thought to being a stone cold stranger. It’s a sad thing to lose someone you’re close to. Even sadder when they’re not even dead, but it feels as though they may be.…