It is time to look back on the year that was, so that we can better look forward to the exciting year that is just a day away. 2010 was revolutionary for Rune Works Productions. Numerous art publications saw print and screen (on the internet). R.J. Huneke completed his fourth novel's manuscript, titled The Subliminal Religion, and it will undoubtedly be thrust into the speculative thriller fiction limelight in 2011. But next year is 2011, an odd year, and those are always the best!
Pictures, poetry, art, short stories and non-fiction articles have continued to be churned out by Rune Works, and many artists are currently working with R.J. Huneke to create more! The possibilities are endless, as is the media, and with the tremendous magazine, newspaper and internet publications that were successfully displayed in 2010, there is hoped to be even more spectacular and entertaining innovative works of words and art in the coming year. New announcements will follow as soon as there is enough Top Secret material to reveal to the world, but for now, just know that 2011 is going to be HUGE!
Thank you to all who support Rune Works! And Have a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Well it would appear that December is a good month for Rune Works. R.J. Huneke has eight new publications in print that are available now.
The Stony Brook PRESS featured a Fall 2010 Literary Supplement highlighted by four R.J.H. poems, and the Stony Brook University Literary Magazine "Spoke the Thunder" has successfully launched with three R.J.H. photos and one short story, tilted "The Bottle".
All of these pieces are in print and available in the Stony Brook University Union, among other places around Long Island, NY. Read more from them here.
The Tourist is a blistering European adventure thrill ride! The on screen chemistry, between Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie, is honest, spectacular and hilarious. The story brings in spy/undercover tones and combines them with a steady mix of action, comedy and a little romance. It is not unlike the brilliance of Red, which came out earlier this year. The cinematography is gorgeous and the views of Venice are unmatched to date.
Despite Johnny Depp's numerous past roles, he is once again reborn and believable as an awkward math teacher, named Frank, on vacation in Italy. His humor, wit and character growth match the conflicted, heavy-hearted character Elise, that Jolie plays, very well. She is classy and alluring, and he is overwhelmed, over-matched and stubborn. The two combine to rip apart Venice in many threatening situations, including Depp running on semi-circular roof tile in his pajamas.
Twists and turns riddle the plot with unknowns that leave the audience guessing until the end of the flick. The Tourist is moving, suspenseful, funny and most importantly fun.
IMPULSIVE REVIEW Grade: A
Remember John Lennon. He did not just sing for peace; he acted for peace.
It was thirty years ago tonight that one of the greatest men, a last of a dying breed that included Dr. King, Gandhi, JFK and RFK, was assassinated in New York City outside his home. For John's wife, Yoko Ono, and family I'd like to say that I'm so sorry. John did more for humankind than can even be described. His dreams and hopes for us are still alive, because his spirit is still with us. Imagine.
To read the W2P article "Remembering John Lennon 30 Years Later" click here; it is a more in-depth look at John's life. Give Peace a Chance.
I have turned the tide and started on my journey. Words and Worlds hang in the balance and I am writing it all down before the RJ Tower! Read about my newest novel on CyberwarSeries.com