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Back to Graceland: An Interview with Demian Lichtenstein by Kent Hill

If you have seen the restored Lawrence of Arabia then there’s a chance you’ve seen the extras on the second disc? One such extra is an interview with Spielberg, in which he recounts sitting down with David Lean for a screening of the film. 409 more words


Ultimate 90's Blogathon: Pump Up The Volume (1990) by OC Movie Reviews

Our first participant of Ultimate 90’s Blogathon is Mark over at OC Movie Reviews. If you don’t know him, OC stands for Operation Condor and over on his site, you can find tons of fantastic movie reviews.  1,049 more words


When Christian Slater tells you you're being hacked, you listen

Christian Slater, a.k.a. Mr. Robot (oops, was that a spoiler?) stars in HP Studios’ new web series, The Wolf. It’s the first of a series of global initiatives to elevate awareness of the security risks of facing businesses and consumers. 195 more words


Tune in to trippy TV series 'Travelers' and 'Mr. Robot'

I’ve been telling everyone about the Netflix sci-fi series “Travelers,” starring Eric McCormack. This is a series I want to keep watching even though it’s late and I should go to bed. 767 more words

Science Fiction

Heathers and Society

I recently watched “Heathers” on Netflix the other night.  I was in the mood for something from my childhood.  I have seen this movie enough times to say the dialog along with the characters. 525 more words


100 Words or Less - Hard Rain (1998)

Title –   Hard Rain

Released – 1998

Director – Mikael Salomon

Starring – Christian Slater, Randy Quaid, Minnie Driver, Morgan Freeman.

Review – Tom (Christian Slater) drives an armoured truck and Jim (Freeman) and his gang want the three million dollars inside it. 86 more words


Mr. Robot - 9/10

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Sam Esmail’s techno-thriller revolves around Elliot Alderson (Rami Malik), a cyber-security engineer by day and hacker by night. Recruited by vigilante ‘hacktivist’ group F-Society, led by anarchist ‘Mr. 287 more words