This is the final piece in the articles that I wrote for my Science Fiction writing course. This is the most recent, biggest budget, and longest story in the group. I may write a few more articles of other stories I’m researching (I’m working on a few for my Apocalypse panel at Geek.Kon), but how […]Read More Giant Dinosaurs and Human Greed: Which Monsters Appeal to Us More?
The final times for my Geek.Kon 2017 panels are in! Friday, August 25, 9:00 PM (Mendota Room) – History of the End of the World: Trends and Evolution of Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Stories. Here I will be talking about trends and some of their causes; commercial, social, and scientific. This is a great opportunity to […]Read More Geek.Kon Panels
In our 217th episode, the AUP crew look at news from San Diego Comic-Con, say goodbye to Deborah Watling, and dig into the Jago & Litefoot series proper with “The Bloodless Soldier”. — Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/unearthlypodcastRead More An Unearthly Podcast 7/26/17: Jago & Litefoot: The Bloodless Soldier
Fahrenheit 451 – One problem of reading a book and then watching the movie shortly thereafter is that it’s hard to get that nagging feeling of what the movie “should” look like out of your head. This would have looked so incredible as an ‘80s movie and I’d really like to see a modern take […]Read More Movies Watched: July Update
“But everyone knows the movies are full of crap. The truth is, it started with Blade, and ended with him,” the Narrator says as Blade: Trinity opens. “The rest of us were just along for the ride.” This can’t be more true. Why the hell are all these other shit heads in this movie?Read More Film Review: 2004’s Blade Trinity