Posts Tagged by christmas
|December 25, 2018||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
I saw Home Alone 2 in the theater as a kid when it debuted in 1992 and I’ve watched almost every year since then. It’s a modern classic, I love it, and I have a lot of thoughts on it. Earlier this month I gave a 13 minute gonzo presentation about it. Here’s a link to both that full presentation AND a lengthy companion piece (with supporting clips and images) about the movie. I hope you check out both and that you enjoy them. Merry Christmas.
|December 23, 2018||Posted by Wes Hazard under wes hazard|
Joyeux NOEL! This is my 2018 video Christmas card. Peace to you, regardless of whatever you do (or don’t celebrate). P.S. If you’re wondering about the thought process behind the bug eyed panic: I had “Noel” in my head before Alex stopped talking, but in a Christmas context I pronounce it “KNOW-EL”. As I was preparing to speak I suddenly thought “There ain’t no dudes named KNOW-EL!!!” because I pronounce the boy’s name as “Knowl” and in the moment those 2 things just wouldn’t reconcile, so at the time limit I blurted out what I was originally going to say since it was all I had and it ended up making me $2k. An early Christmas Miracle. Love you all.
|December 20, 2015||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Here’s a fun Christmas story for the whole family. It’s about my mom, a doll, a movie, and one of the most terrifying moments of my childhood. good times all around! This was the winning story at the Moth StorySLAM held at Oberon in Cambridge, MA on 10/27/14. Enjoy!