In 2001, Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring debuted in theaters. In the expansive metropolis of Casper, Wyoming, two kids were unknowingly starting a fellowship of their own. Spoiler alert: those two kids are us. Jordan and Eric.

For eleven fateful years, we mostly did nothing. Then, in 2012, we made our first, and so far only, movie, One Ticket Please (linked below for your viewing pleasure). Touted by viewers as “you made a movie?” and “I guess it’s OK,”  our film would go on to win Best Screenplay at the Wyoming High School Film Festival.

Following our meteoric fame, we didn’t see each other for four years. I mean, we texted and played Xbox and stuff, but, ya know. The sentiment is there.

Then, in 2016, we came crashing back together. The resulting creative genius birthed an idea: to create a site that provides nuanced reviews and thoughts on film, television, games, comics. A site that values diverse representation in entertainment, and its necessity. A site where reviews would be accessible and welcoming to everyone.

Spoiler alert.

This is that site.

Welcome to One Ticket Please.

We hope you enjoy it.

About the writers:


Jordan reuniting with his own kind at the Pokécenter in Tokyo.

Growing up in the untamed wilderness of Wyoming, Jordan learned that the indoors was more his style. Jordan now lives in Austin, Texas appreciating the sincerity in all the surrounding weirdness.


Eric trying his best to survive Beijing smog with the help of his trusty Bulbasaur.

He spent his early years in the bear-ridden schools of Wyoming, but now lives in Chicago. More importantly, he achieved minor Twitter fame once and hasn’t stopped bringing it up since. He has a healthy obsession with Star Wars, Wonder Woman, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and Bulbasaur. Please validate him by following him on Twitter, @ericsmorals