Sometimes your loved ones die. There is not anything you can do to change that. You just accept it and eventually you move on. This article was like a loved one for me. Every week it gave me something to look forward to and every week it gave me a purpose. It kept me linked in with the film world I had been missing. Every week it gave me a creative outlet. A chance to share some ideas and tell some jokes.

Like all loved ones, however, Reasonable Remakes had to die. It is no ones fault (well, maybe Tozzy’s), these things just happen. I want to thank you all for reading before I go, and extend even more gratitude to James Shotwell and the entire UTG family for putting up with my column week in and week out for so long. No need to cry, I will return next week with a brand new column full of film and sarcasm, because life rolls on and every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.

Until next time.

-JP (Twitter)

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