A busy man's encounter with a homeless person changes both their lives forever.
Glen Cram was born in England, and lives in Canada. He designs websites for Canada's leading communications company, and has worked with native people in the North and teaching in Montreal and Toronto. Have written various scripts and produced one. Like painting...
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Glen Cram was born in England, and lives in Canada. He designs websites for Canada's leading communications company, and has worked with native people in the North and teaching in Montreal and Toronto. Have written various scripts and produced one. Like painting and new media creation.
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Reviews by gcrambo 31
A review of The Dark Traveler #2by gcrambo on 09/27/2010This is not a bad effort. The artwork is not great, especially the people. The artist seems to have learned to draw by reading comic books; that is, copying conventional finished products rather than taking the time to learn the basics of drawing realistic figures and develop a style of his own. However the atmosphere is well established, and the use of light and dark in the... read
A review of Campfire Stories: the movieby gcrambo on 06/23/2003This storytelling format is as old as storytelling itself, and it is always good to see a new twist on it. Of the stories here, I think the first worked because it had a somewhat original twist, the second and third did not. The zombies thing seemed like a segment from any of a hundred zombie movies, and the “I’m coming” may be good around a real campfire with a group... read
A review of Norman Spinrad's Vampire Junkiesby gcrambo on 06/12/2003There seems to be a good story in here, and the general concept is original and has good potential, but it is very hard to make out. Everything is very confused and there are just too many coincidences. The character of Vlad is especially troubling. When we first meet him he is involved in some kind of dumb slapstick thing (so he’s a clown), then he murders someone for a... read