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Adrian Lopez
Date Joined:
January 4, 2009
Last Login:
February 21, 2015
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About Me:
Some of the people on this community that I've talked to or debated with will hopefully notice that I am the kind of guy who really doesn't give a rat's ass. I will say exactly how I feel and I will never back down from an argument. That's just how I am. I have arguments on a daily basis with my best friends. I'm just one of those people that feeds off debate and conflict. I will always voice my opinion because that's my right in this country. And if you argue with me, remember something...No matter what, I will always hold my opinion in higher regard than yours. Other peoples' values and opinions mean very little to me even my own family.

I'm from San Diego and I've graduated from SDSU with a Bachelor's Degree in Telemedia. I have directed my own films on several occasions. I have a little ongoing series with my friend called "Chorizo." It's a series about a serial killer who makes Chorizo out of his victims and serves it as a delicacy to the public at his restaurant. It's shot in the Grindhouse style like "Planet Terror" and "Death Proof." We've had our own booth at the Comic-Con before because of this series. We are going to make a full-length film out of it along with my own idea for a Grindhouse movie called "Attack of the Giant Leprechauns." We're going to show the films together just like the Grindhouse experience.

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Crab Key Fortress
Chula Vista, CA United States
San Diego State University
Independent Filmmaker/Musician
Favorite Sci-Fi Movie:
Alien/T2/Dark City/Minority Report
Favorite Horror Movie:
Silent Hill/The Descent/The Thing
Favorite Genre TV Show:
Favorite Anime:
Ghost In The Shell/Metropolis/Appleseed
Favorite Comic Book:
Marvel: X-Men, Ghost Rider/DC: Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter
Favorite Manga, Book, or Graphic Novel:
Batman Knightfall/Watchmen/The Crow/The Art of War
Favorite Video Game:
Turok [N64]/Ghostbusters[PS3]/Skies of Arcadia[Gamecube]
Must Have DVD:
The Crow/Requiem for a Dream/Secretary/Three Kings


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Wiseguy 7/9/2009 3:56:58 PM

Any aspiring filmmaker or musician is always cool with me. This way when you make it to the top I can say, yeah I remember him we use to shoot the breeze all the time back in the day

Requiem for a Dream also happens to be one of my faves. and has one of the best scores to boot 

Muenster 8/6/2010 8:49:49 PM

death4sale, I agree with you. It's like I said, the talent (and yes, directors too) should ask for whatever the market will bear, maybe even more if they think they can get it. It's just good old fashioned business sense.

As a director could you shed some light on how that whole associate(?) producer and % of profits thing happens? Although I'm just an A/V Tech these days, I hear those terms thrown around every now and then on various tv and film projects I have the fortune to work on. I am under the impression they can be very lucritive if negotiated right. I believe Tom Cruise has become mega-rich by these methods.

Muenster 9/4/2010 5:52:14 AM

Thanks for response to my questions about producers earlier. Now, if I only had a few hundred thousand dollars lying around to invest in a Toy Story 4 or Star Wars.  

violator14 6/21/2011 2:38:07 PM

hey i like ur new avatar pic. Who is that?

almostunbiased 5/7/2013 1:35:39 PM

I wasn't complaining about the pass. I am thrilled that they are breaking the books up into multiple seasons.  I think the fact that the first two weren't got me used to an overload of story, and now I am just not used to the slower pace.  But TV doesn't get any better than this show.

VTGamehendge 6/3/2013 10:41:36 PM

Looks like I'm on your friends list now.  Sometimes the site takes time to catch up.

VTGamehendge 9/6/2013 10:43:13 PM

What up, dawg!



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