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Cargo Review - A More Thoughtful Entry in a Genre that Asks for Clarity

Yolanda Ramke uses the prolific zombie genre as a primer for exploring certain anxieties and inequalities concerning power relations and time. For what it’s worth, the intent is visible and delivered with remarkable understatement by the main cast. 689 more words



Cargo has a promising start but tries to fit just about every post-apocalyptic trope into one movie which makes the plot and film direction a mess. 263 more words


Cargo (2018) Review!!!

Synopsis – After an epidemic spread all over Australia, a father searches for someone willing to protect his daughter.

My Take – Yet another day, yet another zombie film has released. 1,541 more words


Autonomous Kronstadt/Ilyushin Il-112

Russian unmanned air system developer Kronstadt Group partnered with Ilyushin to develop an autonomous aircraft demonstrator based on the Il-112 21t MTOW transport. Emerged after the bankruptcy of the Transas Group, St. 30 more words


Cargo Engines

Kunteng controllers: 9 mosfet  with PAS, reverse, lights – 10A nominal, 20A max for 500W engine. 12 mosfet 30A for 750w engine. 18 mosfet with PAS, reverse, lights and regen brakes –  30A nominal / 60A peak for 1200W engine. 13 more words

Losing Your Bite: Netflix's 'Cargo'

The horde of Zombie cinema has thinned over the years, as audiences pick off stragglers with their over-exposure and fatigue toward the Horror icon. From Romero’s slow and clumsy stumblers to Danny Boyle’s rabid infected, the Zombie could almost be officially retired; it’s difficult to think of a way the iconic creature could be reinvented in such a way to interest audiences, even  986 more words

A familiar sounding location

The name Vrutice sounded familiar to me, but I didn’t remember why. It’s only later that I founf out that there is a very nice photo location for morning eastbound trains. 28 more words