In less than an hour, aircraft from here will join others from around the world. And you will be launching the largest aerial battle in the history of mankind. “Mankind.” That word should have new meaning for all of us today. We can’t be consumed by our petty differences anymore. We will be united in our common… »
The extremely awesome Vox.com has (as usual) a great article...this time about how our saber-toothed friends and there have always been questions about how they...well...how they worked at all. »
I just finished watching the Louis Theroux documentary on the Westboro Baptist Church (Fred Phelps’ brood), and listening to them in their own words educated me. I’m still 100% against them, but I now have a better understanding of who they are and why they do what they do. And, as every government knows, good intel… »
Like I do with all my nonsense theories that never turn out to be correct, there is a slight (almost imperceptible) chance that something I say here will be correct. So if you don’t even want to possibly come across something that is unlikely to happen, please stay away! Now on to the show! »
When Mr. Robot came out, I was intrigued. Yes, the Fight Clib riff was a little hokey and the presence of Christian Slater didn’t bode well, but as a fan of the hacker scene, I figured this might be some good stuff. Was I wrong?
The Terminator franchise has suffered self-inflicted wounds in the passed; T3, Salvation, that terrible TV show (go back and watch it again; I bet you’ll think differently by the end). This movie tries to put a piece of each of them together and blow the entire franchise up.
Teen Wolf continues with the introduction of couple new characters, the development of some of the secondary characters’ relationships, and the building of perhaps two different mysteries. And yet, I have this nagging feeling that after four seasons of supporting this show, I might have spoken too soon.
A new show, based on an acclaimed novel by luminary writer, what could possibly go wrong? Not much, ‘cause they don’t really do anything. My one take away... I’ve begun to feel sorry for Kirsten Connolly. »
Holograms had their day in the sun, but it’s time for us to shift our focus. If we had years ago we’d already be chilling out on our patios reading this on our Wearable Holodecks, playing games that make Skyrim look like Pong, exploring nature through camera arrays like Wizard Eye, and enjoying the fact that our… »
The show which owes a larger debt to the WoD series than to the Michael J Fox movie has returned. Hurrah! With new villains, new heroes, and new tribulations for the old heroes, this might be a good and (perhaps) final year.
I wouldn’t say True Detective continues to disappoint. There was definitely some movement in the episode which suggested something better might be ahead... but that’s a big might. »
Director James Gunn tweeted out the name for the much anticipated sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy. It’s pretty simple, but it also slots well with the workings of the original story. »
Here is another indie genre film that may be flying below your radar on Netflix. I have nothing to add to the post that pointed me toward the movie so just read it for yourself below. »
Last week, I finally read Alan Moore’s renowned early 90s Image series 1963, which had been festering unread amongst a pile of comics on my shelves for some years. »
Salem’s second season wrapped up this week. The fate of many characters revolve around love, both familial and romantic, Cotton Mather proves yet again he is the worst witch hunter ever and someone provides a feast for crows. Spoilers ahead. »