Monthly Archives: February 2012

Not Sure If He’s Taking Names

Pretty sure he’s kicking ass. I always enjoy watching Sean Bean in a movie or on TV, even if he does get killed a lot. I also enjoy watching terrorists or assorted bad guys get gacked in inventive or kinetic … Continue reading

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Space 1999 + 100

I fondly remember Space: 1999 as one of those shows I watched in syndication along with Star Trek TOS and the Starlost in order to glut my sci fi hunger back in my younger days. To my young mind, Space: … Continue reading

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SOPA, Canada-style

Are Canadians too apathetic to have nice things? Our politicians, as bought and paid for as every other nation’s, are trying to screw innocent citizens by providing corporations with the same kind of powers that have led to abuse and … Continue reading

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Bourne to be Bad?

I couldn’t resist the pun. Yes, I likely should be punished. I have enjoyed the Bournes movies, though I enjoyed the original more than the later two. Paul Greengrass’ shakey-cam was confusing while Doug Liman’s carefully controlled shakey-cam was visceral. … Continue reading

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Be a Bit of a Wait for SNIKT!

The word is that we can get a look at the Wolverine, the new Wolverine movie supposedly set in Japan, come 26 July 2013. That’s a long damn wait. However, if they deliver a better move than X-Men Origins: Wolverine, … Continue reading

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Getting Out of Everyone’s Head

My latest effort is going poorly, mostly because I’ve been busy with other projects including helping my wife with her studies. However, I’m about three-quarters of the way through a story based on the premise of the adventure “the Kheufer … Continue reading

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