Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

C Robert Cargill

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Website  www.crobertcargill.com
Name  C. Cargill

Role  Screenwriter
Movies  Sinister
C. Robert Cargill C Robert Cargill Photos Screening Of Summit
Full Name  Christopher Robert Cargill
Born  September 8, 1975 (age 40) (1975-09-08) San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
Occupation  author, film critic, screenwriter
Books  Dreams and Shadows, Queen of the Dark Things, Tome of Artifacts, Sea of Rust, Untitled Cargill 2 Of 3
Similar People  Scott Derrickson, James Ransone, Jason Blum, Michael Hall D'Addario, Juliet Rylance
Profiles
Twitter

Sinister 2 ciaran foy c robert cargill official movie interview


Christopher Robert Cargill (born September 8, 1975) is an American screenwriter, novelist, and former internet film critic known under the pseudonym Massawyrm on Ain't It Cool News and former podcast veteran persona Carlyle on Spill.com. Cargill currently resides in Austin, Texas with his wife.

Contents

C. Robert Cargill C Robert Cargill Photos Screening Of Summit

Interview c robert cargill sinister the fan carpet


Early career

C. Robert Cargill Scott Derrickson amp C Robert Cargill The Interview

Cargill wrote his first article in 2000, when he volunteered to write a review of the movie Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon for a website called "Guerilla Films." His article managed to get the highest amount of traffic of over 50,000 hits, "a HUGE deal" at the time, which secured him the job to write more reviews. While working for Guerilla Films, Cargill began spending time with Ain't It Cool News' Eric Vespe (AKA 'Quint' on the site), which landed him a job on Ain't It Cool's "Indie Indie Column," a previously abandoned post. During his work as a blogging critic, Cargill met various directors, which occasionally led to small roles in independent productions. Besides his work for Ain't It Cool News and his involvement with Spill.com, he also did freelance work for Film.com and Hollywood.com (the site that owned Spill.com).

Screenwriter and novelist

C. Robert Cargill The Handsell wRon Hogan amp C Robert Cargill39s Dreams

Having wanted to be a fiction writer from a young age, Cargill considered every film he reviewed and its feedback as a learning experience. According to an interview with The Austin Chronicle he compared it to "a strenuous, endless crash course—maybe even a master class—in what does and doesn't work in a story." The idea for his first film came to fruition when he met up with a fan and friend Scott Derrickson at a bar in Las Vegas where he pitched his idea for Sinister. Derrickson, showing great interest in this concept, contacted producer Jason Blum who particularly liked the simplicity of the concept and understood the urge to make it as fast as possible before it could be made by anyone else. Shooting of the movie started in September 2011, 6 months after and was first screened at South by Southwest. In an interview with Film.com, Cargill stated that his days as a film critic were over for the time being due to his success and dedication to his new-found career path. "I may pop in every once in a while and write up reviews, but ever since I was a child, I’ve wanted to be a fiction writer, and now I have the chance to do it in both formats that I am in love with."

C. Robert Cargill C Robert Cargill Photos Screening Of Summit

On the 26th of February 2013, Cargill released his first novel, Dreams and Shadows, an urban fantasy story of folklore and mythology, which also follows three modern characters from childhood to adulthood.

Both Cargill and Derrickson returned as writers for Sinister 2 (2015), which was directed by Ciaran Foy.

Both writers are also working on a movie adaptation of the Deus Ex video games. Cargill and Derrickson will also team up to write the script for The Outer Limits, a movie based on the influential 1960s television show of the same name. The film, produced by MGM, will be adapted from a single episode of the classic show, "Demon with a Glass Hand."

Cargill, along with Derrickson and Jon Spaihts, worked on the script for Marvel's film Doctor Strange (2016).

References

C. Robert Cargill Wikipedia


Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L