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Growing up in Novi Sad, Serbia, Dusan Domovic Bulut fantasized about hitting a game-winning shot in the NBA. The point guard would watch old games on well-worn VHS tapes, figuring out how to mimic the moves of Allen Iverson and Jay Williams. 253 more words


Games Night 2nd November 2017

With the evening full of the expectancy of four players and Firefly: The Game being the most voted for, TS turned up with two unexpected plus one’s: BS and Vis. 314 more words


The Shed That Granddad Built

My maternal grandfather, Denis, was a tremendous craftsman, although he had little in the way of formal training. As I write this, it occurs to me to wonder how he acquired his skills because for a large part of his 83 years, there was no internet or YouTube to learn from.   854 more words

"The Shed That Granddad Built"

King of the omniplex auteurs

It’s not ravaging the box office for a variety of reasons but Blade Runner 2049 is still the movie event of the year in my book. 301 more words

Hilary A White

Interstellar and Arrival: Poetry Put to Film. — Article Asylum

Interstellar is a flawed masterpiece whose reach extended its grasp; yet I count Christopher Nolan’s space epic as one of the most inspiring movies I’ve seen.

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Blade Runner 2049 - Review

”More human than humans.”

Blade Runner 2049 is one hell of a film. Chilling, dark and poignant, it gets you into all the crevices of your heart while you sit there, completely engulfed in the universe depicted by the director Denis Villeneuve. 496 more words