Towards the end of last year, I was lucky enough to have a chat with the lovely Taylor Thomas – model, future psychologist-extraordinaire, and founder of clothing company Live to Love apparel. You can check out what she had to tell ForTheSound.com readers on my Interviews page.
In other news of the Monday variety, I spent my last day of mid-semester break ignoring my imminent death due to lack of uni readings completed, instead opting to enjoy the weak autumn sunshine with a nap on the outside couch, before rotting away my brain with a cheap American horror flick. Today’s choice: ‘Sorority Row’. Surprisingly not as bad as I’d expected, despite featuring the thespian talents of Demi Moore’s less aesthetically-blessed daughter Rumer, ‘The Hills’ barbie doll Audrina Partridge, and Paris Hilton-wannabe Caroline D’Amore. Highlights included some rather well-written, snappy dialogue; one of the (many) sluts getting a wine bottle shoved down her throat (literally) and the inclusion of the hot English guy from ‘Cry Wolf’ (which, incidentally, is a kick-ass film).