Friday, June 10, 2011

Friday, May 20, 2011

Did someone say 'Raptor?

I have been joshing about a lot this week about The impending doom imminently upon us - now more commonly know as the Rapture.  I have also been asked on many occasions WTF I am wittering on about - especially by my Mother who *knows* All Things Important.

So - the Rapture?  Am I talking about those little dinosaurs that creep up on you silently until they slash your jugular?  Nearly, but not quite.

The end of the World is Nigh, babycakes - didn't ya know?

It all stems from the fact that Jesus is popping back to reclaim his Saints, as stated in 1 Thessalonians 4:15-17:
"... and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord."
So, Jesus is popping back to gather up all his buddies - but don't you be tricked into thinking this is the Second Coming just now. Oh no - that comes after the period of Tribulation, which itself pre-empts the battle at Armageddon.  Got that? Good. 'Cos you're going to need your wits about you.

If you're not a follower, it's going to be a rough ride, hun, as the period of Tribulation will throw out pain and suffering, world disaster, famine, wars and general hardship - envisaged to wipe out over three quarters of the world's population. But we need to understand the Rapture first, right?

The 2011 End Times prediction has been made by a gentleman called Harold Campling who is a US Christian Radio Show Host.  He has stated that the Rapture will sweep across the globe by timezone with earthquakes hitting at 18:00 local time in each location. Citing Jeremiah 25:32  -
"evil shall go forth from nation to nation, and a great whirlwind shall be raised up from the coasts of the earth"
 - he states the earthquakes will continue across the globe as the sun advances.
"I know it's absolutely true, because the Bible is always absolutely true." Campling says.

Campling has argued his case on a numerological level tallied with biblical proof. You see, this is the guy who managed to work out the date of the Great Flood and then move forward, interpreting God's Code in the Bible, to work out the Rapture date for us all and it sure saved me the bother.  However, not infallible, Campling previously predicted the global expiry date to be September 1994 and following a no-show from Jesus, he retracted his claim as a mathematical error. Quite rightly so.

Well, dear friends, now you know what I'm mumbling on about.

If we're all still here tomorrow post 18:00 local times, then that's great. We've had our fair share of earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions,  floods, freak snow and freak heatwaves over the past year or so - and we've also had a few nasty wars, disasters and a whole lot of suffering of late.  Perhaps we've been in our period of Tribulation and not realised it, anyway?

Of course this is only the beginning of the End, dears - the actual world expiry date is 21st October 2011. Of course.

It took 7 days to create - but will take five months to destroy.  Cool.  That is significant advancement for you.

Hope to see you all tomorrow.

Please note: I am not an expert in theology and the views expressed are entirely my own. Like you didn't know that already.

Monday, May 09, 2011

Hard Boiled Sweets

Our first official teaser poster...
It. Really. Is. Coming. Soon.

Friday, January 07, 2011

A little night Deviation

Apologies (once again) for my lack of attention to your mouse clicks...I will be back here soon.  Many things to attend to, never enough time!

In the meantime, a little more DEVIATION for you...oh, and Happy New Year!


So, finally: it's *that* time for the announcement we've been mentioning on our Facebook and Twitter pages all week.

Deviation is pleased to announce a Tagline Competition. The brief is simple:

Create a tagline for DEVIATION. The tagline must reflect the tone of Deviation the movie, which is a dark thriller. For more information on Deviation and its characters, make sure you check out our round up of all the posts and articles about this film online, here.

The fab Rinaldo from Moviescope Magazine is offering a subscription to the winner of this contest and fellow deviant Chris Jones of The London Screenwriters' Festival has offered up ten Screenwriters' Pocketbooks: one for the winner and another for a whopping NINE runners up! Thanks guys!

Deadline for entries is 5pm, Friday 21st January and entrants may enter 2 taglines only. After this date, all qualifying taglines will be uploaded to this blog in the form of a poll and all you Deviants will have chance to vote for the winner!

NB. Entry must be via Twitter* or the Deviation Facebook page only wherever possible; all entries must be marked on both Twitter and FB with the hashtag #devcomp to be considered. If you have no Twitter or FB account, you can send the entry to Associate Producer Lucy V on Bang2writeATaolDOTcom, but please make sure DEVCOMP is in the subject line. *Please note Twitterati: you needn't take up extra space by adding either @devmov or @Bang2write into your tweets, just add the #devcomp hashtag & we will see it!

This is a writers' opportunity, so make sure you tell EVERYONE you know who is into the scribe thing! Please spread the word via your own blogs and social networks.


For anyone who doesn't know, a tagline is that little sentence or sentences you find on the movie poster or the DVD box. Famous examples include "In space, no one can hear you scream" (Alien); "They're here..." (Poltergeist) and "Fear can hold you prisoner. Hope can set you free." (The Shawshank Redemption). Find more examples of movie taglines in this huge list.

For more the more advanced screenwriters out there, please note we are NOT looking for loglines. If you're not sure of the difference between a tagline and a logline, please read this article.

If you have any further queries, please tweet us or leave a msg on our FB wall. Before you do however, please check out the terms and conditions below, as there is a strong chance they may answer your questions.


1) Deadline 5pm, Friday 21st January, 2011; maximum 2 entries per person and the tagline must reflect the tone/genre of Deviation the movie.
2) There is no charge for this contest.
3) Winner will be picked after the 21st January by the readers of the Deviation blog and social networks via a poll, which will be hosted here.
4) Entries must be made via Twitter and the Deviation Facebook page; entries posted in the comments section of this blog, on any other blog or social networking page (including those of the producers' of Deviation movie) will not be counted.
5) For non-social networkers ONLY: please send entries to Lucy V Hay on Bang2writeATaolDOTcom with DEVCOMP in the subject line of the email.
6) Tweets and FB wall posts must be hashtagged #devcomp to be counted as part of the contest.
7) Joke taglines are welcome, but will not be counted as part of the contest.
8) Taglines limited to the size of a tweet incorporating #devcomp or the allowed 420 characters on the Facebook wall, including the hashtag #devcomp. Those longer or without the hashtag are disqualified.
9) The tagline must not be a logline.
10) Good luck!