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The Martian

He Said, She Said: The Martian

The Martian, starring Matt Damon, is a science fiction drama/thriller about the survival of one astronaut left for dead. Though it is mostly true to the novel, there are differences. The good news is these differences have almost no impact on the effectiveness of the storytelling.

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Retro Review: The Road Warrior

The Road Warrior was my first exposure to the Mad Max milieu. I quickly went back and watched the original Mad Max. Beyond Thunderdome has some problems. Fury Road returns Max to his true element. The Mad Max series is one of the favorite in my DVD/Bluray collection. [Original publication: Mar 7, 2000]

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The Force Awakens Teaser

I’ll just leave this here, surprisingly posted originally on Instagram by official Star Wars. Enjoy! More to Explore     Mark Hamill Predicts The Force Awakens Plot in 1983 He Said, She Said: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) …

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And Now For a Short Respite . . .

Infinispace will be on hiatus for a short amount of time. Life changes are causing us to sell our house and buy a new one closer to civilization.  This involves all sorts of grownup nastiness like:  budgeting, cleaning, packing, moving, …

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The Martian

The Martian Trailer #2

Just a quick update.  Even thought updates are on a temporary hiatus, I thought I would toss up this new The Martian trailer.  I’m still a bit conflicted that Matt Damon can pull of the main character, Mark Watney, but …

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Photo Gallery

SPOILER ALERT! Entertaiment Weekly has published a handful of pictures from Star Wars Episode VII:  The Force Awakens.   These are all familiar characters to those following the movie, but they are new scenes.  One is massively spoilerific. Scroll down …

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Dune

Watch a 3-Hour Fan Recut of Dune

Update:  It appears the 3 hour cut has been yanked.  The interesting thing is that video had existed on Vimeo for 2 years before I stumbled across it.  Hopefully drawing more attention to it didn’t cause it to yanked.  I’m …

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Fantastic Four

Weekend Box Office: Aug 7-9, 2015

The news this weekend isn’t so much that Rogue Nation retained the top spot, but that the Marvel Universe, this time in the form of another Fantastic Four reboot, is not a guaranteed box office juggernaut.  Especially when in the …

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Apex Magazine #75

Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released the first Tuesday of every month. Fiction “Brisé” by Mehitobel Wilson …

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Beautiful Chemical Reactions

When people think of beauty in nature they think at the macroscopic level . . . trees, mountains, sweeping vistas, wind swept deserts bathed in the light of a setting sun.  But there’s a whole level of nature that is …

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A.I. Artificial Intelligence: A Visual Study

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the movie A.I. Artificial Intelligence, but it seems that there’s been a resergence of interest in the movie lately.  Various film websites have started revisiting the movie and looking at it with …

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Weekend Box Office: July 31-Aug 2, 2015

As the summer movie season draws to an inexorable close, the box office number slowly begin to trail off.  Tom Cruise’s fifth Mission Impossible movie is having a respectable showing at the weekend box office, hauling in a cool $56 …

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Retro Review: eXistenZ

Holy crap, I remember nothing about this movie. Even re-watching the trailer sparked no memories of eXistenZ. Nothing about the plot, characters, or if I even loved it or hated it. Apparently from my 16 year old review I thought it was pretty decent . . . but clearly not memorable.

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A Knight's Tale

Retro Review: A Knight’s Tale

Purists beware: you will hate this movie. But if what you’re looking for is an old-fashioned fun time, then A Knight's Tale is the perfect escape for you. The costumes are amazing, …

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The Atmospheric Art of Markus Lovadina

Markus Lovadina is a self taught CG artist who resides in London. He’s been employed as an artist in the advertising industry for many years, mostly working on projects related to the game or movie industries.  Markus has only recently …

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