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"LOST WORLD" by Free Aqua Butterfly (single digest)

Free Aqua Butterfly will release their new single “LOST WORLD” on June 21st! You can listen to a sample of each song in the video below! 102 more words


Cosmos: Old School (2002) - part nine

Last time, on Cosmos: Old School – tasked with disposing of all the unwanted / expired / openly hostile leftovers in their fridge by his partner, Macy, Ax Maxwell goes about his business with grim determination; ousting everything from fossilised cheese to the eponymous and mysterious Crispy Crud. 743 more words


"LOST WORLD" by Free Aqua Butterfly (single details + PV preview)

Free Aqua Butterfly will release their new single “LOST WORLD” on June 21st! Here is a PV preview!
See all posts about the single here! 108 more words


Jeff Goldblum to star in Jurassic World Sequel

Jeff Goldblum will star in Universal Pictures’ sequel to Jurassic World (2015), alongside Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

The actor, who starred in the original Jurassic Park (1993) and The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), will reprise his cult role as Dr. 251 more words


Jurassic Park in Review: The Lost World JP Part III

As Sarah and Nick try to repair the baby Rex’s leg, Ian takes Kelly to Eddie’s “high hide”, but decides to go back once he hears that familiar roar-and when Ian returns, we get not one, but two Rexes, who want their baby back. 972 more words

Jurassic Park in Review: The Lost World Part One

In 1995, Michael Crichton penned the sequel to Jurassic Park, “The Lost World”-a sort of reference to the old Arthur Conan Doyle novel about an isolated land where Dinosaurs still existed, and some of the inspiration for Jurassic Park itself (as well as other films like King Kong, and TV shows like Land of the Lost). 1,755 more words

Journey to the Underground World by Lin Carter

So after the last Kane novel I was determined to start reading a different genre and I did, but I did not venture far. I had mentioned Lin Carter in a previous post and that got me to thinking about his works. 576 more words