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Doctor Who History-The Peter Cushing Dalek films

It’s been often noted that Doctor Who owes a great deal of success to the Daleks-the mutated survivors of nuclear war who have changed into crazed, squid-liked creatures and have been sealed in what is essentially a small tank. 567 more words

BW's Morning Article Link: The Continued Star Wars CG Debate

I don’t mean the cartoons, although there was some debate early on. I’m talking about the use, or possible OVERuse of computer generated images and greenscreen in the modern  64 more words

Movie Spotlight

The Top Ten Star Wars Villains

I love Star Wars for many reasons. I love the characters whether they’re significant or not, I love the vast array of interesting planets, and I love the stories throughout all of the movies (maybe not so much for Attack of the Clones but that’s another topic.) Throughout all of the Star Wars films there is always a villain or… 1,277 more words

Movies

You Must Learn Control

Scripture: Titus 2:1-15 (NIV)

You, however, must teach what is appropriate to sound doctrine. Teach the older men to be temperate, worthy of respect, self-controlled, and sound in faith, in love and in endurance. 551 more words

Lent 2017

Rogue One: Ο CGI χαρακτήρας του Grand Moff Tarkin

Το Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ήταν πραγματικά καταπληκτικό. Επικές μάχες, φοβεροί ηθοποιοί, ένα σενάριο το οποίο –όπως έχουμε ξαναπεί- άλλαξε για πάντα τον τρόπο που βλέπαμε την original τριλογία και φυσικά εξωπραγματικά τέλεια CGI! 27 more words

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Post-filmic exhumations: the ontology and ethics of ‘reviving the dead’ on film

Written by: Alessio Casella

With the development of digital technologies, cinema has honed its own voodoo witchcraft: films have now the power to revive the dead. 483 more words

Digital Cinema

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Nominated for Best Sound Mixing at the 89th Annual Academy Awards

Nominated for Best Visual Effects at the 89th Annual Academy Awards

The geek pleasure was palpable for me this time. 487 more words

Film