Slow Apocalypse, Texas Style

It’s weird to be sitting through what feels like the intro setup for a post-apocalypse movie. Continue Reading

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The Creepy Things I Find on Google Maps

My day job requires me to spend a lot of time wandering around Google Maps, trying to figure out whether or not a client gave us a real physical address.  It sounds weird when I try to explain that to people.… Continue Reading

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The best day ever

Today has been an amazing day.  Reed and I walked through a gorgeous spring evening to our favorite neighborhood pizza place, sat outside under the oak trees, and followed up some damn good pizza with a special treat; chocolate cake… Continue Reading

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Snails Fleeing the End Times Flood

Texas is hard at work building up to the first serious flood season we’ve had in years, and the wildlife is taking note. During a lull in the storm this morning I wandered through my neighborhood towards a coffee shop… Continue Reading

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Original Jurassic Park Gets a LEGO Game!!! And Jurassic World Too

My inner twelve year old is screaming with excitement.  Share on Tumblr

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Godzilla Hotel Rooms Opening in Tokyo

The Gracery Hotel in Tokyo is soon to open Godzilla-themed rooms at their location sitting atop the Toho Cinema.  And they look really cool. The Godzilla Room includes a giant claw reaching out of the wall and clutching menacingly towards… Continue Reading

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Internet Power! From the distant cosmos we long for

China’s internet censorship program has its own theme song, and it’s kind of amazing. For a rough translation of the lyrics, check out the The Wall Street Journal article. It’s worth reading all the lyrics. Here’s a taste: Internet Power!… Continue Reading

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First Ever Ethiopian Post-Apocalyptic Scifi Flick?

Keep an eye out for this one. Crumbs is described by director Miguel Llansó as  “the first ever Ethiopian post-apocalyptic, surreal, sci-fi feature length film.”  It looks to have the sort of creepy element I really appreciate in post-apocalyptic stories. It’s… Continue Reading

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Still Life With Nerd

I wish Reed would stop being so addicted to Civilization: Beyond Earth so we can finally watch this week’s Agents of SHIELD tonight. I’m about to plug into an audio book about a hypothetical Dracula still hanging out in modern… Continue Reading

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First British Scifi Film Released from Archive for Christmas

First ever British sci-fi feature film released Britain’s first ever sci-fi feature film, A Message from Mars, will be available to watch in full for the first time in over a century on BFI Player and BBC Arts Online. The… Continue Reading

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