Dalton likes long walks in Half Price Books and the movie section at Best Buy.
Searching for: a career in film.
Has obtained: a mediocre movie collection and the most basic understanding of how cinema can change the world.
Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Changed My Life
In kindergarten, I was somewhat of a problem child, if only in the way that everyone is when they’re five years old. I had already had several confrontations with a particular student due to my hyperactive imagination when, one day, I decided to follow this certain troublemaker around the playground and investigate. It seemed like the right thing to do at the time. Obviously, at the end of recess, like any normal person would, this student told the teacher that I was stalking them. When the teacher asked me why I was following around this poor girl the entire time we were supposed to be playing, I broke down into tears. I explained it in the simplest way I knew how: one day, I was going to grow up to be a superhero, and she would be the supervillain, and I was going to kill her.
'Unforgiven' Has the Perfect Antagonist
I want you to take a moment and think of a movie villain. It can be your favorite, or it can just be a well-known one, or maybe one that’s a little underappreciated at times. Got one? Good. If you were going for someone iconic, you might have thought of a character like Darth Vader, literally any version of the Joker, or maybe even Voldemort. If your tastes aren’t that mainstream, you might have said something along the lines of Hannibal Lecter or Hal 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey.