Jesse Valencia

Film Review: Spectre

Monica Bellucci in Spectre (Sony Pictures)
Why the world needs one more Daniel Craig Bond film after Spectre.   Whether you love it or hate it, Spectre is a decent James Bond movie. Picking up where Skyfall left off, with its themes of government infiltration and surveillance, the 24th film in the long-lived spy-fi franchise does something the others could not: it gives ... Read the full article
Jesse Valencia

Jesse Valencia is an actor, musician, writer, and filmmaker from Northern Arizona whose writing has appeared in Phoenix New Times, Flagstaff Live!, and The Big Smoke. He first appeared onscreen opposite Tom Sizemore in the indie crime drama Durant’s Never Closes, and is currently studying screenwriting at the David Lynch Graduate School for Cinematic Arts at the Maharishi University of Management. He plays music with the band, Gorky, who've put out the records The Gork…And How To Get It!, More Electric Music, and Mathemagician. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing and an MA in Literature from Northern Arizona University, is a veteran of the U.S. Army, and is currently at work on his first feature film.