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Mr Robot Rewind - Daily Security Byte EP.118

Mr Robot keeps getting better. This is the first show that I’ve seen that gets hacking and technology consistently right; down to the tools they show in screen shots. 88 more words

Security Updates

HORROR YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: THE DEN (2013)

THE DEN (2013)

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The Den is one of those pleasant little surprises that you watched out of moderate curiosity and enjoyed far more than expected. 567 more words

Horror You Might Have Missed

REVIEW: OPEN WINDOWS (2014)

OPEN WINDOWS (2014)

Open Windows is an interesting and sometimes, effective thriller written and directed by Nacho Vigalondo who also wrote and directed the clever 2007  814 more words

Reviews

Weekend Roundup + Review of Michael Mann's Blackhat (2015)

Happy Monday everyone! It’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day and my office is closed in remembrance of Dr. King’s birthday. I was reading up about Dr. 986 more words

Flix Reviews

Tangible Intangibles in Blackhat


Early in Michael Mann’s cyber thriller, Blackhat, Special Agent Barrett (played sturdily as ever by Viola Davis) threatens an official with an overly-dramatic line about making the “intangible” into the “tangible.” The point isn’t the dialogue itself, and in a film filled with over-caffeinated visual poetry stuffed with comments about the contemporary dichotomization of above ground and through-the-net politics this moment surely doesn’t standout. 813 more words

Film

The Silence of Six by E. C. Myers

Adaptive Studios 2014

Max used to be a hacker. He and his best friend Evan spent a lot of time that way. But then Max got pretty busy with his life and his new girlfriend and kind of lost track of Evan, until the night that Evan hacked into the live presidential debate and killed himself on camera. 174 more words

Book Reviews

Book Review: 'God is a Gamer' by Ravi Subramanian

My Rating ***

‘God is a Gamer’ is the sixth novel by Ravi Subramanian. The author has been described as ‘the John Grisham of banking’ by the Wall Street Journal as all of his works revolve around crimes related to banking in one way or the other. 538 more words

Book Review