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!