Tuesday, December 6, 2011


CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher

Welcome to Cinema Sound Off. We love movies!

My good friend and extraordinary writer, Lynn Rush

--and me, KM Wilsher-- visit the movies and we'll be sharing our reviews with you every second Tuesday of the month.


IMDB SYNOPSIS: The Quileute's close in on expecting parents Edward and Bella, whose unborn child poses a threat to the Wolf Pack and the towns people of Forks.

KM's REVIEW:  In one sentence: Fans enjoy, those new to the Twilight series go with your friends who are fans. BREAKING DAWN is one of the better of the series.

But isn’t that applicable for the entire Twilight series? The movies are for the fans. They are made for those who love Edward and Bella and want to see the story of their love on the big screen. Twilight has acquired a multitude, a mass, a powerful mob of fans. {Some of them my closest friends} Twilight is an inexplicable, ridiculous phenomena. I enjoy sharing it with my friends who are diehard fans. And I did enjoy most of this movie.

The Good:
 1. I noticed Stephanie Meyer produced this episode in the series. The difference is palpable. The lack of Hollywood glam? Refreshing. The story-telling? Enjoyable. It was a wonderful experience.

2. Bella has not been my favorite character from the get go/book one. She’s whiny, melodramatic and unbelievable. I have never found Bella believable in print or onscreen. She has no grit. She’s a gloomy teenager who has no confidence in herself, is clumsy, helpless and wishy-washy – would she really fall in love with a vampire AND want to become one? 

HOWEVER, Breaking Dawn Part 1 finally gives Ms. Bella Swan some substance. It comes with her pregnancy. Finally! Yay! I can believe her. The moment Bella feels that new life move inside her she becomes a character I can adore. Mother instincts? I don’t know, but Bella, stands up to Edward and her new family! She endures the most horrific pain and agony for this little life inside her. Finally, I respect Bella, finally I relate, finally I like her and the movie ends. . , lol

The Bad:
That horrific, long honeymoon. . .I get that Edward doesn't want to hurt Bella while making love, but I really think they missed the mark here. The scenes were long and boring, I did not feel the sexual tension just: ho - hum!

The Ugly:
The only thing ugly about this movie is the fact that it is 'Part One".  Twilight is a cash cow and this movie makes that more than obvious. For me, the story started when the movie ended.

I did enjoy seeing this movie, but only because so many of my friends love the story. I relish in gratefulness to be able to share it with them.

3 tickets ~ See it with your friend who love this series:

Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Author Lynn Rush has to say.

Monday, September 12, 2011

WASTLAND by Lynn Rush

Check out my friends very first book signing, for her very first published book! In Phoenix? Stop by!!!!


Elevate Coffee Company is hosting me for my first ever book signing. I’m super excited! It'll start at 2:30pm and go until 5:30pm and is fashioned like an open house.

Wasteland is available now on Amazon for ordering ( Be the envy of all your neighbors—read it before you come so you can quiz me on plot details, or dress up as your favorite character and be featured on the Catch the Rush BlogBest of all, Elevate will give you 10% off any food or beverage purchased during the signing event if you show them your book!

Okay, I’m kind of kidding on the dressing up part…kinda

There will be an hourly drawing for prizes, too. Things like gift cards, signed cover flats, signed books (they make great one-of-a-kind gifts).

There will be a limited supply of books on hand for purchase if you didn’t get yours in advance. But it’s first come first served… 
Looking forward to seeing you all there. And don’t forget to spread the word. Feel free to share your invite with your friends and family!

Monday, September 5, 2011


This was a surprise to me. I re-enrolled in Facebook after a three plus month sabatical. And there on one of my writer friends wall was an announcement for the release of her book. I hadn't even heard the news that Splashdown Books had picked her up!

It is a joy to me to spotlight this book here. I have not read the entire book, but a year a so ago I read parts of it and loved it. Kat Heckenbach is a great writer, with a passion for her craft that shines through every word. She has many stories out in online magazines and anthologies. She's amazing. And now you can find her novel FINDING ANGEL right on Amazon:


Quick! Get over there and aquire you copy!

Kat's blog: 

All my love to  Kat!
KM Wilsher

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Recovery Blog

Hello guys.

Missing this place lately. Life is busy  in 2011. Dating. Attempting to buy my first house. A promotion at work! But writing is my passion. So today I start. A little here, and then, over there -->     . . . .one page at a time ;)

I have so many friends that have gotten published in 2011. I can't wait to spotlight them here. Stay tuned.

CSO has been put on hold for awhile. I but that won't stop me from reviewing movies :)

Meanwhile, have you seen my recovery blog? I am the webmaster. Some of the posts are mine, others from others in our Tuesday night group. Check it out ~ His Path to Recovery CR at FCC 

All my love,
KM Wilsher

** Pic is of my friend and I blowing bubbles at my guys birthday party. I'm in white.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011


CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher

Welcome to Cinema Sound Off. We love movies!
My good friend and extraordinary writer, Lynn Rush
--and me, KM Wilsher-- visit the movies and we'll be sharing our reviews with you every second Tuesday of the month.


IMDB Synopsis: The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the Moon, and race against the Decepticons to reach it and to learn its secrets.

The title gets an A from me :) Love Dark of the Moon

Story: C. Transformers 3 storyline was good, but not unique. It is the same old characters with the same good guys and bad guys as 1 and 2. Bumblebee 'almost dies' two or three times in this movie, as he does in all of them. The Decepticons are still the villians. . . I would have liked to see Prime and his gang save the world from something besides what they save them from every time we pay to see them. From ourselves? Stop World War 3? A natural disaster?

Actors: A. I enjoyed the acting (Save Francis McDormand. . .but it was her character I didn't like, I am sure) Shia LaBeouf is always a joy. The new Megan Fox was fresh, I think I liked her better. . . One thing though: How is it that Sam can scream like a girl in the first 30 minutes of the movie, and in the last hour mastermind plans to take the enemy down, outrun Marines, tell off CIA big wigs, and catch his girl midair by the wrist as a 40 story building tumbles? Just sayin.

Special effects: A. What you'd expect from the Transformer empire. If you like blasts, stunts, and action, these are the only reasons to see this in the theater.

KM's rating for Transformers Dark of the Moon:

I am torn, I wanna say two tickets (see it on DVD/Blue Ray) but there is no way I'll tell you to watch this movie at home, because the only reason to watch it at all is for the special effects. And special effects are only worth it in the theater. There for I give Trans 3

3 tickets See it and think about taking a friend:

What do you say? Have you seen it?

Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Author Lynn Rush has to say.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

X-Men: First Class ~ Cinema Sound Off

CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher

Welcome to Cinema Sound Off. We love movies!
My good friend and extraordinary writer, Lynn Rush

--and me, KM Wilsher-- visit the movies and we'll be sharing our reviews with you every
second Tuesday of the month.

IMDB Synopsis: In 1962, Charles Xavier starts up a school and later a team, for humans with superhuman abilities. Among them is Erik Lensherr, his best friend... and future archenemy.

Story: A. I like the plot twists that intertwine with history. . . The Nazi experiments on prisoners, President Kennedy avoiding WW III. . . What a joyful story about Professor X and Magneto. I have a new found love for this series.

Actors: A My favorite? James McAvoy. If you saw him on the street you'd think him an average. On screen, McAvoy is delightful!

Special effects: B I loved the submarine lifted from the ocean depths. Most all the effects were believable and fun.

My three complaints regarding X-Men: First Class are:

1) The glossing over the supporting characters. I feel like there were way too many teens with super powers to develop any of them effectively.

2) Continuity of time period. The beginning of the movie felt like the 1930s-40s. When we moved to the 1960's, I didn't feel it. The planes, warships, and fashion were way too modern. It left me confused and flat.

3) Magneto. His journey from tortured child to superhero to villain was cheesy and unbelievable.

KM's rating for X-Men: First Class:

4 tickets See it and share it with a few friends:

What do you say? Have you seen it?

Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Author Lynn Rush has to say.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011


CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher

Welcome to Cinema Sound Off. We love movies!

My good friend and extraordinary writer, Lynn Rush

--and me, KM Wilsher-- visit the movies and we'll be sharing our reviews with you every
second Tuesday of the month.



Marvel Studios expands its film universe with a new type of superhero: THOR. This epic adventure spans the Marvel Universe; from present day Earth to the realm of Asgard. At the center of the story is The Mighty Thor, a powerful but arrogant warrior whose reckless actions reignite an ancient war. Thor is cast down to Earth and forced to live among humans as punishment. Once here, Thor learns what it takes to be a true hero when the most dangerous villain of his world sends the darkest forces of Asgard to invade Earth. Kenneth Branagh directs this fantasy epic which stars Australian actor Chris Hemsworth as the ancient Norse god, Tom Hiddleston as his chaotic brother Loki, Natalie Portman as Jane Foster, a young woman who befriends Thor on Earth, and Anthony Hopkins as Odin, Thor's father and king of Asgard. Expect to see agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., previously seen in ''Iron Man'' to make an appearance, further for shadowing the coming of The Avengers!

KM’s Review:

Story: B. I did like the plot of the story. A young, arrogant prince readies himself to become king. He yearns for the honor to carry his father's legacy. His overzealous nature gets him banished from his home and his chance to make his father proud. A little romance and lots of adventure.

   **The story and humor in this film kept me entertained.**

Characters: B + Great characters. The geek-girl, Thor's love interest, is a believable and a strong female role model. Intelligent and kind.

Thor is likable. His youthful arrogance very believable.

All other supporting characters had depth and believability.

Actors: D. In my opinion, the two lead actors fell flat on their face. Chris Hemsworth, a Brad Pitt look-a-like on steroids, flubbed his English accent, and ran this role into the ground. He did okay in the beginning portraying Thor as an arrogant youth, but as the character grew, Hemsworth stumbled and flopped. His terrible accent was like fingernails on a chalkboard.

Natalie Portman had a few good moments, but she made the bad lines she was given, even worse.
Kat Dennings as Darcy- Loved her performance. Believable and fun. Not enough of this character/actress for me.

Anthony Hopkins as Odin and Renee Russo as Frigga~ Well, two masters trying to carry the whole film. . .good attempt you two, bravo!

Special effects: B Some good fight scenes and storm shots.

However, and I don't know if this cinematography or special effects, the digitally built cities in the 'other realms' were lazily crafted and cheap looking. It almost appeared as if the actors were standing in front of a painted backdrop. And, after 3 storms and a huge fire breathing giant, the magazine rack at the news stand remained neat and tidy. Despite the fact the town had been ripped to shreds.

Lack of cheesiness: F Just because its a comic book hero, doesn't mean we have to rely on cheesy lines and cliche'. Where was the freshness? The uniqueness?

Yeah, if you haven't seen THOR, just wait for it to come on DVD. Rent it for the story and the humor.

KM's rating:

2 tickets See it, but by yourself on DVD or Blue Ray

What do you say? Have you seen it?

Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Lynn Rush has to say.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011


CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher

Welcome to Cinema Sound Off. We love movies!My good friend and extraordinary writer, Lynn Rush--and me, KM Wilsher-- visit the movies and we'll be sharing our reviews with you every second Tuesday of the month.


FANDANGO SYNOPSIS: A group of former government assassins fights back against the CIA after they're targeted for knowing too much in this adaptation of Warren Ellis' acclaimed DC Comics graphic novels. Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) used to be a hired gun for the CIA. Along with Joe (Morgan Freeman), Marvin (John Malkovich), and Victoria (Helen Mirren), Frank's specialty was carrying out contracts that the government didn't want the public to know about. These days, Frank and his old gang are all retired, but the powers that be are still concerned that they know too much, and dispatch a team of top assassins to ensure their silence. Now, Frank and his former team members realize that their only hope for survival is to break into CIA headquarters and expose the truth. But once they're in, the group uncovers evidence of a massive cover-up that promises to rock the very foundation of our government. Karl Urban, Brian Cox, Richard Dreyfuss, and Ernest Borgnine co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

KM’s Review: RED, a fun ride! It moved along at a great pace. I never got bored. The laughs along the way and the dose of romance kept the drama fresh.

Bruce Willis does not dissapoint as Frank Moses in RED. He shined a little John McClane from Die Hard through this CIA agent character, but kept it fresh enough open your heart to this role. Frank Moses is charasmatic, romantic, and sexy! But he gives high spead car chases, a few dynamic special effects, and some cute, heart warming scenes with Mary-Louse Parker.

I was tickled by John Malkovich's character, a ex-overdrugged, overparanoid, ex-CIA. He made me laugh out loud! He is not even listed in the cast list on IMDB, what's up with that?

Helen Mirren kicked butt! Who says age steals strength, beauty, sex appeal and kick-butt female attitude! She's up there with Jolie, Hamilton, Moss. . .and she's 65 someone said!

Some great special effects and actions scenes. At one point, Frank Moses exits the car as it is spinning down the road. He lets it spin right by him, steps out of the way just in time and doesn't bat an eyelash or lose his swagger! I squealed with delight!

Rent RED. You won't be sorry.

KM's rating:

4 tickets — See it and share it with a few friends

What do you say? Have you seen it? . . .
Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Lynn Rush has to say.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Cinema Sound Off - I AM NUMBER FOUR

CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher

Welcome to Cinema Sound Off. We love movies!
My good friend and extraordinary writer, Lynn Rush
--and me, KM Wilsher-- visit the movies and we'll be sharing our reviews with you every
second Tuesday of the month.


KM’s Review:
 Okay, Paranormal fans, here's the scoop. This production was Killer with a capital K. (Do they say "killer" anymore? Well, Sik, Phat, you get the idea) Move over Avatar, Twilight (Okay, if you know me, I didn't like either of those movies anyway LOL)

Story. A+ The plot was intriguing and they wove the back story in without labor. Tid bits here and there that never took you out of the story. 

Characters were dimensional. 
Alex Pettyfer  ...         John 
(The main character. Cute. 12, but cute. Alone John would have been just all right, but the following supporting characters make him 'out of this world.' * Warning, bad pun LOL)

Timothy Olyphant    ...       Henri 
(John's protector. Wanted more from this character. I liked his cryptic warrior-ness, his protective fatherly-ness)

Teresa Palmer  ...         Number 6
(Okay, stopping here. This chick was one of the best kick-butt-chick characters ever!! Her 'gifts' were amazing, her style was cool, smooth! The writers, the production, the acting for Number 6? Impeccable!)

Dianna Agron ...         Sarah 
(A lead female character with some depth. Sarah used to be the cool, stuck up chick, but fell from the 'in' crowd. Now she's a artsy loner.)

Callan McAuliffe        ...         Sam 
(At the top of my list for geek characters! And I love my geeks. This guy is just plain fun!)

Special effects. A+ Transformers has nothing on I am Number Four. I am kinda speechless.Even the big, slimy creatures kept my attention!

Lack of cheesiness. B- I will say there was an element or two of cheesy with the villains, But cheesy in IAN4 is nothing like the mom or that gross little dog in Transformers, or the drawn-out-bubble-gum emo of Twilight.

There were some parts that left me wanting more. Like more of Timothy Olyphant's character Henri, but that's probably because I am 40 and the average age of this audience is probably, what 17? 

I say: I am Number Four --- bring on Number 5! I am off to buy the book which is the first of a proposed 6 book series click here to read about it.

KM's rating:

5 tickets. A must see. Buy a ticket for everyone.

Top rating for a great flik! This is up there in my fav's of all time!!

What do you say? Have you seen it?

Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Lynn Rush has to say.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Top two fictional characters 2010

Top two fictional characters 2010

Tony Stark

I love his flaws that are contrasted with his need to good, which really may be an arrogant adreniline rush or a good heart. Either way, I love Tony Stark!

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III

I love Hiccup's extreme lack of self esteem which slowly, and brilliantly disappears after meeting a Night Fury!

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Top Two Facebook posts of 2010

Top Two Facebook posts of 2010

DISCLAIMER: "Ladies and gentlemen, the story you're about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent."

When I die, I'm enlisting Shawna to update my facebook with pictures and status, giving the illusion I am posting from the beyond.

2    Finally realize Felder, Henry, and Fry wrote HOTEL CALIFORNIA  about Facebook. . ."You can check out anytime but you can never leave."
These are awesome. You have any? Come on. Who can top the ones I remember?

Wednesday, February 16, 2011



Still running through the top two here at KM

Here are my favorite quotes. What are yours?

This one I heard about from

People think I’m disciplined. It is not discipline. It is devotion. There is a great difference.~ Luciano Pavarotti

Don't make someone a priority when they only make you an option.

Sunday, February 13, 2011



In the TOP TWO series lets celebrate love.
My top two love songs of 2010


Glitter in the Air by PINK

Think about Me by Return to Custody

What about you? Top love songs of 2010?

Friday, February 11, 2011



WIKIPEDIA SYNOPSIS: The show revolves around a corporation running numerous underground establishments (known as "Dollhouses") across the globe which program individuals referred to as Actives (or Dolls) with temporary personalities and skills. Wealthy clients hire Actives from Dollhouses at great expense for various purposes. The series primarily follows the Active known as Echo, played by Eliza Dushku (who also served as producer), on her journey towards self-awareness.

Do you watch TV series and TV miniseries on DVD?
What are your recent favorites?

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Top Two's of 2010

Last year we counted it down in January -- the Top 7 -- We are a little late, February, and so we will count down the Top 2's

KM Wilsher's Top two restaurants of 2010

Wildflower Bread Company

MY FAV: Chopped Salad -Wild Alaskan salmon, arugula, Israeli couscous, feta, red peppers, dried sweet corn, dried cranberries and sunflower seeds served with Pesto Vinaigrette.


MY FAV: Pei Wei Sesame Chicken


Tuesday, February 8, 2011

CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher


KM’s Review: I received a couple laughs from this movie. At one point, Jeff Bridges' character tosses some kids off the porch. Didn't hurt the boys. Very funny. There were couple other humorous parts, but all in all I didn't enjoy this movie.

You know those annoying old, drunk men who cannot stop talking about themselves? Well that was Bridges character, and I felt like I was strapped down and forced to listen to him for two hours.

There were many scenes that were so grandiose! Long monologues by Jeff Bridges that didn't move the story forward. And Matt Damon? What's up? I thought he was finally growing as an actor. I wish he would have drawn on his performance in Geronimo: An American Legend. I thought he did well there.

The lack of contractions is admirable, true to the time. No can'ts, don'ts or shant's. But none of the actors made it natural, except maybe the female lead.

And the ending was like: Ok. That's it. We are done now.

The freshest thing about this film was the female lead {Though I am afraid she appeared good because the rest of it was sooo bad} AND Barry Pepper. He did a great job playing the dirty devil outlaw. . .no Hollywood cowboy there, true to the times, believable. A raw, ugly, chilling outlaw.

KM's rating:

Sorry. I am sure there was a lot of work done on True Grit. But I give:

1 ticket –Don’t go see it. Give your ticket away

What do you say? Have you seen it?
Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Lynn Rush has to say.


Sunday, February 6, 2011

KM's Top Ten moments in 2010


A little late for top ten lists from 2010, but, since its the second month of Twilight Zone 2011, lets do it anyway!

I am more open and vibrant after 2010 than I have been in a long time. I started dating again, exercising, and broadcast my testimony regarding my struggle with drugs and alcohol via the world wide web!! I am coming into my own, comfortable in my skin.

Take a look at the top ten moments and you will see why 2010 made me anew, strong, open . . .and alive!

In the Spring. I know God whispered to me, "Take my hand, you will be going places." I have only heard a clear message from God three or four times in my life. That moment He stood so near. . . .I felt His presence. 2010 year has been crazy good for me, but not without crazy pain. But I hold his hand, and the list that follows just scratches the surface of the places He took me. [Already 2011 is proving to be just as exciting!]

April 2010 My first publication. It was the first story I sent out and The Cross and the Cosmos picked it up! SUICIDAL INSTINCT by KM Wilsher  {link on  the top of the sidebar here --- >

I entered my first contest, Genesis. I threw my high world fantasy story: COBRA CUTLASS in the ring {click here to read the summary}. And even though I didn't make the top four, two of the three judges gave Cobra a perfect score!  {Back Cover Blurb for Cobra Cutlass by KM Wilsher: Evil stalks with iron jaws, the time for J.R. to find her purpose is now.}

November 2010 The Cross and the Cosmos announced it will publish SUICIDAL INSTINCT in their 2011 Anthology and they will also include a second story of mine SUICIDE REDEEMED [a partner story to Suicidal Instinct] I WILL ACTUALLY BE IN A BOOK. . .YOU CAN PUT IT ON YOUR SHELF!

May 2010 This moment lasted the rest of 2010. I hired a personal trainer and started hiking. Exercise is truly the fountain of youth for my mind and body.

I lost 25 pounds. Do you know how much this is? I am still amazed at the difference in my body!

My nephew joined the Navy. He has to finish High School, but then he's off to be a Mineman!

The Celebrate Recovery group I started in 2008 boomed from 4 members to twelve in what almost seemed overnight. It's no longer my group, but OUR home ;0)

I launched a blog for the CR group at FCC, tenderly titled: His Path to Recovery. Check it out

Even though Grandad, passed away. God gave me a gift in June: The rare and timely opportunity to spend a few days with him in his VA home. I have not seen him that many times over the years. That visit helped me through his death. . .Somehow I knew when I left him in June, that that was the last time I'd see him. . . until we walk the Golden Streets of our Father city, Zion. {Thank you to my Saviour, my perfect love}

What are some personal top ten moments for you in 2010?

Saturday, January 15, 2011

KM Wilsher's TOP TEN SONGS OF 2010

The songs of 2010 that meant the most to me span across the decades. Songs from 1980 to 2010. The tunes cross genres from rap to rock. Here they are! (No particular order. Many number ones! Couple number twos :)
I embeded them all.

Evanescence - Anywhere

Bad Seamstress Blues, Fallin´ Apart At The Seams - CINDERELLA

Cinderella - Long Cold Winter

Pearl Jam - Yellow Ledbetter


Eminem - Love The Way You Lie ft. Rihanna

Plumb - I can't do this by myself

Paramore: The Only Exception

3 Doors Down - Here Without You

Kelly Clarkson - Already Gone

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

CINEMA SOUND OFF with Lynn Rush and KM Wilsher

Welcome to Cinema Sound Off. We love movies!

My good friend and extraordinary writer, Lynn Rush

--and me, KM Wilsher-- visit the movies and we'll be sharing our reviews with you every

second Tuesday of the month.

Season of the Witch

Synopsis from Fandango: A noble knight battles a wicked witch in a bid to save humanity from an ancient evil in this supernatural thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman. Upon returning to his home in Europe, crusading knight Behmen (Cage) finds his faith beginning to falter due to the brutality he's witnessed on the battlefield. The Black Plague has decimated the countryside, forcing Behmen and his loyal companion, Felson (Perlman), to seek sustenance and supplies at the Palace of Marburg. They're weary from war, but they're about to discover that their struggle is just beginning. Commanded by the moribund Cardinal to deliver a suspected witch to the abbey where her powers can be abolished, Behman accepts the assignment under the condition that the young peasant girl will receive a fair trial. The church believes the girl to be the one responsible for the Black Plague, and they may be right, too. As the two men and a small group of chaperones set out on their arduous mission, they quickly realize that their young charge is something more than human, and that they're about to face an evil beyond human comprehension.

KM’s Review:

Bravo to Director: Dominic Sena and Writer: Bragi F. Schut. I'm wondering if this is a book. I'd read it, even after seeing it on film. Bravo to the very real sense of evil and its darkness. No urban fantasy, bubblegum creatures in Season of the Witch. There is a horror feel to it. I like the story. I really do. I like the setting and the feel. And there are some real surprises. . .I enjoyed the unpredictable, the unique, and the almost absence of cliche.

Boo to the actors. . .but what can one expect from Perlman and Cage? (in these roles? they are great at their biker, white boy, trash talkin, american rolls. but fantasy?) How much did they pay the movie makers to allow them to play the part? I mean, if you are a street wise, east-coast accent, white-collar boy, do you think you could get a speech therepist to help you with some old language, and english accent. Its a real insult to the audience. . .I mean that a total insult.

Robert Sheehan was refreshing as the young, wanna be knight. He made the other actors easier to swallow. I'd like to see more from him. And Stephen Campbell Moore made a great priest. Very believable character arc!

There is a great story here, but I cannot, for any reason, suggest you pay good money at the theater. Rent it. Pay a dollar. . .better yet, does anyone know where I can get the book?

KM's rating:

2 tickets. See it. By yourself on DVD or Blue Ray.

Now, come with me and Catch the Rush. . .at to see what Lynn Rush has to say.

What do you say? Have you seen it?

Saturday, January 8, 2011


Have you read this months Cross and the Cosmos? There is some news there that involves KM Wilsher!

  I have two stories in the first ever TC2 Anthology --  in print!

Suicidal Instinct
Suicide Redeemed 

In fact, they are using Suicide Redeemed as a teaser for the book.

                                    click here and got to page 41 to read it for yourself!

Not sure of the release date. Celebrate with me!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

2010's Top Ten Movies by KM Wilsher

Top Ten New Movies of 2010

As I scrolled through other top-ten-movies-of-2010 lists, I was surprised. There were movies I hadn't even heard of out there. 2010 seems like a weird year for movies. At least for me. No Star Trek, Terminator . . .you know. But, here are my favs. I will even purchase a few of these 2010 beauties for my home collection.
Especially this one ------>

Robin Hood
Shutter Island
How to Train Your Dragon
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Iron Man 2
Prince of Persia
The Last Song

What are your favorites for 2010?

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy New Year

The NEW YEAR is always a good time for reflection. I know everyday we should reflect, but the start of anew calendar year naturally sparks questions like, "What was I doing this time last year?" "What have I done this year?"

Personally, I missed some 'goals'. I wanted to accomplish a few things that didn't get done. But looking back I am also amazed at how much progress has been made with His grace and power. I am more active, lost a lot of weight and work a new job with more money.

So, I've decided that when I look back at 2010 it will not be to see where I came up short, but it will be to count my blessings and to see where the Saviour transformed, blessed, and forgave me. How about you? Happy New Year!