Let me preface all of this by saying that I’m an opponent of war in any form. I like to believe that there’s a peaceful resolution to every conflict. At times history has made this a tricky stance to live by, especially … Continue reading That’s Like A Baby’s Toy
Long has this debate raged, and I’m sure that each of you has an opinion. Some may put more effort and conviction into deciding this answer than who you vote for in any given political arena. Perhaps it has caused … Continue reading Walking Before Running
The Watchers are a highly advanced, multi-billion year old race of bobble-heads who show up at major events throughout Marvel’s comic universe. These events often hold dire circumstances on a grand scale, like the destruction of a planet or termination … Continue reading Who Watches the Watchers?
There’s something unusual and special about Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds.” The film doesn’t provoke fear or terror so much as anxiety. Tension as a low hum that rises until its deafening. This is evident in the final battle between humans … Continue reading M. Night Hitchcock
A vast gulf of difference lies between science fiction mainstay Star Trek and the realities of life evolving across vast swathes of time and space, forced into suitably various paths by environments and atmospheres quite apart from our own. TV … Continue reading Seed Trek
I have a real problem when it comes to video games. Not just because I can’t stop myself from buying them, which I can’t. I’ll inevitably fall in love with a good game, play it to death over a very … Continue reading The 75% Wall
When you hear the name Foo Fighters, the first thing that probably pops into your head is bearded front man (and would-be shampoo hair model) Dave Grohl, veteran of Nirvana. In 1994, post-Cobain, Grohl went on to recruit two members of Sunny Day … Continue reading Weird History: Foo Fighters