That is, you shouldn’t if you’re not interested in learning the different processes new filmmakers have to go through to begin making films. You shouldn’t read my blog if you’re not curious about how a film is produced from start to finish or how no matter what equipment you have, your story is the only thing that’s going to make your film good. You shouldn’t read my blog if you don’t have any interest in the editing process of short films, feature films, and YouTube videos.
You should not read my blog if your movie taste isn’t particularly horror. You should not read my blog if you don’t want inside look into life on a film set or information on each job of a crew member. You should not read my blog if you don’t want to see my photography and how practicing taking still pictures may or may not translate into taking moving pictures.
You shouldn’t read my blog if you’re not interested in the films I produce. You should not read my blog if you’re a camera tech geek. I’m actually sorry about this one because I really don’t care as much about the technical specs of camera equipment as I do writing and directing. As interesting as the science of film is, I’m going to be focusing solely on the creative process on my blog.
And finally, you should definitely not read my blog if you’re uninterested in me or anything I have to say on the subject.
The above is posted with tongue firmly planted in cheek. Everybody should read my blog all the time everyday for any reason.