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Uncensored with Blake Hutchison

WARNING - Contains "Film School English" (also known as Graphic Language)

What do you get when you put some crazy guy with a penchant for Film School English in front of a camera and let him speak his mind? See for your f**king self! Depending on the episode, you might hear every imaginable swear word or variant, some new ones, or even a Public Service Announcement where you're told not to drink and drive by someone who is enjoying a drink (don't worry, he had a designated driver for that episode)...

Never Give Up

In the year 2008, L.A. based independent filmmaker Nick Walsh returns to his home state of Ohio to shoot a music video for a local indie band based out of Columbus, and to take his mind off of his late wife's recent, tragic death, while giving his younger sister Elise a second chance at the prom night she missed because of his twin brother Sam's selfish retaliation over her attending Nick's wife's funeral against his wishes...and making sure Elise doesn't try to kill herself again...

Nobody's Property: Generations

Book 2 of the Nobody's Property Series

Available April 3, 2018. Set between 1935 and 2071, the past, present and future of Clia Foster's family tree in both directions comes together from her event planner (and occasional marijuana farmer) Mallorie Walcott, faced with raising two daughters by herself after husband's 1978 suicide, to the rise of Clia Foster's 21-year-old heterochromic musician granddaughter Lenore Faulkner in the music business in the year 2060


There is a forbidden link on this page, which clicking on could really doom all of us. Please don't risk it. Whatever you do, don't click links that specifically say not to click them. There is nothing here to see, so kindly move along, please and thank you.

You wouldn't even be interested in the information on the other side of the link anyway. Even more importantly, you could be responsible for causing the end of the world if you do click a link that says not to click it. (Seriously, don't people realize that no means no?) 


(Whew! Looks like our secret's safe for a little while longer...)