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Interstellar (2014)

Directed by Christopher Nolan.

Nolan has a formidable record of success with intellectually challenging movies (Memento, The Prestige, Inception) and blockbusters (the Batman… 984 more words

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Weekend Writing Warriors #93 - Revenant (Part 133)

A change in perspective this week as we begin the next part of the story. I have come to the conclusion that I have absolutely no idea how this weekly adventure is going to end. 382 more words

Writing

100 Rads: Emergence - Chapter 2

Ashton Blaike tossed his keys into a bowl, which sat on a steel table nearby the door, signaling his arrival to his Family’s dorm unit on the third level of SA-17. 2,603 more words

Alternate History

Preface, part two

July 14th, 2020

Everyone’s still pretending like nothing is happening. Tokyo, as well as all major airports and ports on the island of Japan have been quarantined – like that matters now – and everyone believes that it’s been contained. 405 more words

DAY 45-52

Everyday I seem to find something new I suck at. We took for granted that help with just about anything was a phone call or a few mouse clicks away. 608 more words

Fiction

Review: The Divide

It’s often said that art is a reflection of the society in which it was produced, and that even the most personal of creations have something to say about the larger culture in which they were birthed. 1,014 more words

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Omega Doom.... post-apoc, robots, and Rutger Hauer.

Back in the late 90′s, I discovered yet another Kurasawa’s Yojimbo remake entitled Omega Doom.  Rutger Hauer, robots, post-apocalypse….. what could be better?  Full of terrible special effects and mediocre acting, this movie holds a dear place in my heart.  321 more words