Chas Andrews is a freelance/ Internet film writer that hails from Louisville, KY. He writes screenplays/ scripts, short stories, film reviews, and is in the process of working on a novel. Behind the scenes he has helmed various cameras and shot on 8mm, Hi-8, Super 8, 16mm, regular/ S-video, and DV, and has done work as cinematographer and assistant photographer.

On the cinematic side of things other than listed he has cleaned movie theaters, worked in a video store, screened movies, and even earned a B.A. in Cinema Studies. He owns over 400 DVDs and has a few impressive movie posters. Having lived in L.A. he met Leonard Maltin, Eric Idle, Wes Craven, and Kevin Smith. He does a little acting with the last part playing a zombie.

As for his work he has scripted a PSA against Drunk Driving for Ken Hodges (Albany, GA). He’s currently working on a PSA for his current employer, as well as writing and re-writing his other works.

He also does photography and is currently working on The Chasville Project.

And yes, he hates speaking in the third person.


6 Responses to “About”


  1. November 27, 2009 at 9:27 pm

    Hey, Chas. Our independent feature film, Sleeping and Waking, opens in limited theatrical release this coming Friday, Dec. 4th.
    Can you add it to your Coming Soon release schedule on your blog?
    Your support will be appreciated.
    Feel free to contact me if you would like more info.
    Thanks,
    Jeff
    301-785-4319

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  2. March 30, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    Hey Chas,

    I really like your blog and enjoyed your insightful movie reviews. I am a big movie fan and a few of my favorite movies include The Sixth Sense, The Others and The Usual Suspects. As such I realized that I really love movies with big Surprise Endings. However, you can’t search Amazon for other movies with Surprise Endings and if you search Google, you are more likely to find sites with Spoilers on these movies than find a comprehensive list of Surprise Enders.

    I realized that the world needed a site for movie lovers to rank movies in categories that they create as a way to share their views, but also to discover additional movies in a category that they don’t already know. Back to our Surprise Ending example, I have created this category at Rankography and here is my ranking. What is really interesting thought is that while I browsed through other members’ rankings of this category I was able to discover several more movies with Surprise Endings that I had not heard of.

    As a movie blogger, Rankography offers you even more usefulness. Now you can create lists of any obscure movie category you can dream of. You can share your ranking right on your blog.

    Need a blogpost topic? No more racking your brain for ideas, with Rankography, you can browse through other members’ Ranking Profiles (which show 4 ranked categories) to look for ideas for your next movie or category review

    At Rankography, you can also create Groups – both public and private. If you want to create a private group just for bloggers in a certain movie genre, you can do so on Rankography and then invite the other bloggers that you want to include. Your private group can create private categories to rank and in the near future, we plan to introduce composite rankings (blended averages) for every ranked category. With a private blogger group, you could create an Index of the best movies in a category based on the rankings of an expert group – movie bloggers.

    Once registered, you can create a profile with a description of your movie blog/site and high quality link back to your site. This makes registering worthwhile no matter how much you use the site.

    Rankography is completely free so come on over and register for an account today. Then you can use the site as a tool to make your job easier and your movie reviews even more valuable and interesting.

    Tyler

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  3. July 20, 2010 at 10:39 pm

    My readers would really like to see a review of the movie Kisses. Talk of the town is about the subtitles being included in the american version.

    Thanks!

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  4. 4 Paragraph Film Reviews
    November 13, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    Not a spam message.

    Looking to get as many movie bloggers as possible involved in James Bond January. If those films are your bag, more info on the following post.

    http://paragraphfilmreviews.com/2010/10/28/james-bond-january/

    If it’s not your thing a re-blog or forwarding of the link would be appreciated.

    Thanks for your time!

    Cheers,

    Paul,
    Paragraph Film Reviews

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  5. 5 Edoardo Ranaboldo
    August 1, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    Dear Mr. Andrews,
    I work for the production company Hyperbolic Media and on August 5th the site Flix Premiere is doing a red carpet release of director Jason Merrin’s indie film “Sleepwalkers.” It’s an urban fantasy love story set in New York City and the script won the creative concept award at the 2011 creative world awards and was indiewire’s project of the year in 2013 as well as an official selection for the action on film film festival. We were wondering if you would be interested in covering this release, possibly with interviews from Jason Merrin and the cast of the film. I’ll link the flix premiere release page below as well as Jason Merrin’s page. Thank you so much, and please let us know if you’re interested.
    Sincerely,
    Edoardo

    https://flixpremiere.com/red-carpet
    http://www.jason-merrin.com/sleepwalkers/

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    • 6 chasness
      August 3, 2016 at 10:29 pm

      Mr. Ranaboldo

      Thank you for the invitation to the screening however I must decline at this time. Unfortunately I cannot make it to the L.A.-area and as such cannot be there to interview/review “Sleepwalkers.” If you would like you can send me a copy of the film and I would be more than happy to review it and/or interview Mr. Merrin over the phone. Again, thank you for the invitation and best of luck with the film.

      -Chas Andrews

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