Category Archives: Badass Film

You Can Wait or You Can Create

For 2019 I really want to explore video editing more. It’s something I enjoy doing and as I’m hoping to make my first film later this year, I need to wrap my head around the software side of things.

It’s not perfect by any means but I had a lot of fun editing this video and people seem to get a kick out of it.

When I watched the new Suspiria, which I really enjoyed by the way, I was struck by the vogue style movements and thought it would work well with a dance beat. And considering the film what better song to use than Call Me Mother by Rupaul?

I’m pretty new to Adobe Premier Pro, the program I used to make this video but it’s relatively easy to use. YouTube is an excellent resource when it comes to software tutorials etc

The only other video I’ve edited is this Orange is the New Black video from years ago. It became quite popular and I always meant to make more videos but life got in the way. I hoping to edit a few more videos and I’m working on putting a trailer together for the documentary I want to make. More about that to come in another post!

Hope you enjoy the video. Don’t wait – create!

Moxie McMurder

The Badass Manifesto


Trick or Treat: Halloween Favourites on Netflix

With my favourite day approaching I’ve watched at least one horror film a day this month.

Films I’ve Watched So Far This October

To be fair watching this many horror films in a month is not something unique to October but I wanted to share this list and also give some recommendations for horror films currently on UK Netflix.

So here are 15 horror/dark films perfect for this time of year.

1. The Omen 1976

2. Housebound

3. You’re Next

4. It Follows

5. The Invitation

6. The Descent

7. Evil Dead (2013)

8. Afraid of the Dark (1991)

9. Let’s Scare Jessica to Death

10. Ava’s Possession

11. Green Room

12. Candyman 2: Farewell to the Flesh

13. The Babadook

14. Insidious

15. The Wailing

What horror films on Netflix would you recommend? Let me know in the comments!

Sweet Screams,

Moxie McMurder