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PICTURE OF THE DAY: THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD (1951)

PICTURE OF THE DAY:  THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD (1951)

 

In this scene from THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD (1951) – which happens to be one of my favorite science fiction horror movies from the 1950s- the Thing (James Arness) is moments away from being doused with kerosene and set on fire by the men fighting for their lives at the North Pole base. 492 more words

Harrison Ford will star in the sequel to "Blade Runner"

Yet another classic Ridley Scott film is getting a sequel. The French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve is in talks to direct the next installment of the director’s 1982 sci-fi movie  372 more words

THE QUOTABLE CUSHING: THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN OF THE HIMALAYAS (1957)

THE QUOTABLE CUSHING:  THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN OF THE HIMALAYAS (1957)

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Michael Arruda

Welcome back to THE QUOTABLE CUSHING, that column where we celebrate classic lines of dialogue from Peter Cushing movies. 1,471 more words

Escape From the Snow With SNOWPIERCER (2013)

Streaming Video Review:  SNOWPIERCER (2013)

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Michael Arruda

In the year 2031, the Earth is frozen and all life is dead, except for a group of survivors living on a fast moving train called the Snowpiercer, which travels around the world keeping its passengers alive, the last hope for saving humankind. 972 more words

One Week with "Picture in Paragraph", and a Ratings Change

We’re exactly one week into my new blog here, Picture in Paragraph, and I have to say that out of all the blogs and websites I have created, this one seems to have taken off much faster than any of the others. 450 more words

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CINEMA KNIFE FIGHT: PROJECT ALMANAC (2015)

Here’s my CINEMA KNIFE FIGHT review of the new time travel flick PROJECT ALMANAC (2015) which went up this past weekend at cinemaknifefight.com:

CINEMA KNIFE FIGHT:  PROJECT ALMANAC (2015) 1,987 more words

Want to fly?

Want to fly? It is discovered in 2034, that Hydron produces mechanical force as well as electric power as energy output. In fact, it is much more efficient, producing three times as much power in the form of hypersonic steam pressure, than electricity. 89 more words

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