Thursday, January 12, 2017

CURREN$Y "JETLANTA EP" ALBUM ARTWORK

A photo posted by CJ Wallis (@fortyfps) on

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CURREN$Y "JETLANTA EP" ALBUM ARTWORK

Designed by CJ Wallis, @fortyfps

ft Cornerboy P & T.Y. and production by Don Cannon, Purps from 808 Mafia & Sledgren

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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Curren$y "Andretti 12/30" Album Artwork

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CURREN$Y "ANDRETTI 12/30" ALBUM ARTWORK

Designed by CJ Wallis, @fortyfps

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

(Re)Search my Trash Interviews CJ Wallis

An Interview with CJ Wallis, Director of BB
by Mike Haberfelner | December 2016




Your new movie BB - in a few words, what is it about?

BB is about doing any and everything, inside and outside your means, for the person you love.


Basic question of course, why make a movie about a camgirl, and - even if this might sound silly - did you do any research on the subject?
I often have a bunch of 20 minute chunks of films in my head and as new fragments or elements occur to me, they get added to the pile. Occasionally the pieces fuse themselves together and become something that people haven’t really seen before.

A lot of stories I enjoy, things like Taxi Driver, involve the dark-side of the world willingly invited into the lead character’s life for one reason or another.

I hadn’t spent any time on web-cam sites previous to writing this or meeting Jen, our lead. If you’re looking for porn, watching a web-cam girl is like putting on Stairway To Heaven when you want to hear some heavy rock music quickly and just carry on with your day.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

BB Movie Review - (Re)Search My Trash

"A very tense thriller that's almost uncomfortable (for all the right reasons) to watch...between a psychopath and a tortured soul...heightened by extremely nervous camerawork and editing, and a intentionally slightly erratic sound mix. Plus, the two leads, despite alledgedly being amateurs, bring their all to the movie!"

With nothing better to do and being in need for money, Leah (Jennifer Mae) decides to become a cam girl. After all, she doesn't mind stripping down in front of strangers and masturbating, and is capable of handling dirty talk from faceless perverts with the necessary amount of charm. One thing she really wants to get out of this: Enough money for her girlfriend Alina (Victoria Fox) - yup, she's actually a lesbian - to fly over to her folks in Romania ... and she succeeds in that before too long. But once Alina's out of the country she continues camming - after all, it is easy money...

Friday, November 18, 2016

Curren$y "11/30 Tape" Album Artwork

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CURREN$Y "11/30 TAPE" ARTWORK

Designed by CJ Wallis, @fortyfps

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Monday, November 7, 2016

BB Movie Review - UK Horror Underground

CJ Wallis presents us with one of the most challenging and honest portrayals of psychosis and paranoia in the internet age with its hypnotic repetition of sound and sight and relevant themes of connection in a forever evolving digital society, and outstanding lead performances, BB is a provocative, transgressive yet very accessible piece of cinema

BB (2016)

Starring Jennifer Mae, Elissa Wagner and Carlos Velarde

Written & Directed by CJ Wallis

“BB is the provocative story of a girl named Leah who, under the name “Candy Cummings”, performs strip shows online from her apartment for thousands of strangers per day, never fully knowing the extent of evils that will be watching on the other side of the screen”.

Shot with a hypnotic voyeurism set to a dizzying soundscape of dark pop, BB is an unexpectedly masterful surprise, a crushing and tense thriller about sex and obsession in the modern age. So singular in style and content, it’s Spring Breakers by way of Nicolas Roeg. Unlikely to get the wide release and recognition it deserves due to its graphic content, BB is something you should all seek out.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

BB Movie Review - Mondo McLaren

"It is easy to say that BB is one of my favorite films of the year"

Expectation can be a very tricky thing, especially with movies and the internet. Rarely can films live up to their own hype, but when I see a film’s name popping up all over…my curiosity gets the best of me. Over the past month (or so) I have been seeing the name BB pop up on sites that I respect. I would quickly skim the reviews and could tell that this was a film for me. BB is a self financed movie from C.J. Wallis that is rough around the edges, but full of interesting choices that make for an excellent first feature.

Friday, October 28, 2016

Curren$y "10/30 Tape" Album Artwork

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CURREN$Y "10/30 TAPE" ARTWORK

Designed by CJ Wallis, @fortyfps

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

BB Movie Review - Popcorn Horror

"BB is a striking visual collage that lets you pity and understand its complex characters."

A lot of films set out to make you feel queasy and leave you feeling just that. They forget however, to do it in a way that doesn’t just bring that nauseated feeling to table. They’re often gritty, woozy, all Dutch angles and over saturated colours for no reason but aesthetic. Occasionally that’s enough if it’s an especially great example of said aesthetic. Most of the time though, it just leaves you feeling like you’ve drunk a litre of over-flour-bulked milkshake followed by two litres of cola and it’s all curdled in your stomach (speaking from experience here). Great, you’ve made me feel a bit sick. And that’s it. Thanks for that.

Writer and Director CJ Wallis’ BB is one of those rarer films which is seedy, off-colour and often drunkenly shot, but does so with real intellect and meaning.