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Jurassic World: Just Think Of It As a Really Expensive Mash-Up of Jurassic Park & Deep Blue Sea

Wouldn’t it be funny if they made a Jurassic Park movie in which nothing went wrong? What if they made an Adventureland-like drama focused on the love lives and coming of age stories among the Park’s young employees? 1,229 more words

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DEEP BLUE SEA, VFX, and Natural Selection in Horror

Yes, that Deep Blue Sea. The one where scientists run a medical laboratory floating in the middle of the… deep blue sea. The one where they’re testing Alzheimer’s drugs on marine life. 640 more words

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The man behind the brand - Deep Blue Sea Training

Mention Deep Blue Sea Training to folk in Mallorca and its likely they will smite their brow and break into song …. You know the jingle? 944 more words

Deep Blue Sea

I’ve Got a Thing for Blue

Over the years, I have made lots–probably more than necessary–blue and white quilts. I didn’t do this intentionally. I love all colors, and most of my quilts are a testament to that statement. 716 more words

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Nature's Weirdest Events: Zombie Starfish

Off the west coast of America sea stars are in trouble, tearing off their own limbs… which then wander away themselves.


Deep Blue Sea

Part sci-fi horror, part disaster flick, all bullshit, Deep Blue Sea is the only worthy entry in the sub-sub-sub-genre of Jaws-knockoff B-movies. It’s also one of the few of these movies which doesn’t force feed audiences a human villain: Susan McCallister (Saffron Burrows) may toy with forces she shouldn’t, making smart sharks–capable of formulating an on-the-fly escape plan accounting for weather and air traffic–through the offscreen magic wand of genetic tampering, but she’s not malicious, merely driven. 256 more words


My Week in Movies, 2015 Week 13

I’ve spent a lot of this week wondering what the heck I’m watching. Five movies I’ve seen this past week have had a distinctive “What the fuck is happening?” feel to them, and only two of them in a good way. 1,638 more words

My Week In Movies