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Something to Watch: DVDs

Top movie selection this time around absolutely has to be Tai Chi Hero, the sequel to the amazing Steampunk Tai Chi Zero. This film series is very hard to describe properly, but it is a world of fun, and I recommend it highly. 6 Souls might be interesting as well, I suppose.

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SIGGRAPH 2013 Emerging Technologies Preview

SIGGRAPH 2013 is coming up on July 21st through the 25th, with the latest and greatest in graphics development for movie production, gaming platforms, and scientific visualization. Some of the presentations and exhibits each year focus on new and emerging technologies, and as usual they have put together a prevue of some of the more […]

New Ghost In The Shell: Arise!

It is true, there is a new Ghost In The Shell project with an all new series of videos and a new story line. This one is called Ghost in the Shell: Arise! and it is made up of four 50 minute episodes. It looks like it will bring all our favorite characters back together […]

Attack on Titan Parodies

Attack on Titan with ponies? Yes, that is one. Attack on Fortress, Attack on Kingdom Hearts, Attack on pretty much everything you can name. There are two killer Anime’s this season, and Attack On Titan is ahead by a nose, but it has spawned more fan interaction than anything else going.


The Boy Who Lept Through Time

OK, he didn’t leap, he took the train, but I couldn’t resist. The movie Enoshima Prism takes place three years after the death of their friend, where Shuta boards a train at the Enoshima Station while dwelling on the loss. Instead of taking him to another station, the train lets him off in the same […]

Saturn Awards Tomorrow

The Saturn Awards are handed out by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, and try to honor the best TV and Movies each year. There are some amazing programs up for consideration this year; I will be cheering on The Avengers and Joss Whedon for their multiple nominations and hope they each […]

Something to Do: Movies, 28Jun13

The fantasy choice this week is Byzantium a tale of two lonely vampire girls hiding from their past. The cast includes Gemma Arterton, a personal favorite of mine. While not genre, the film Redemption also stars a favorite in the form of Jason Statham, odds are good if you are in the mood for an […]

Something to Watch, DVDs 25Jun13

The fantasy film this week is a re-release of 1965’s Beatles Help!, but since this is the first time ever a fully restored version will be available on Blue Ray, perhaps it could be counted as a new release. Also, while not exactly genre, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is a fun film with more than […]

New Mortal Instruments trailer

The new official trailer for Mortal Instruments: City of Bones has been posted, and it is looking quite good. Based on the YA series of urban fantasy novels by Cassandra Clare, I am sure Sony is hoping for the same kind of audience reaction earned by the Twilight and Hunger Games series. If they get […]

Fahrenheit 451 in 3 Minutes

The folks over at Academic Earth believe everyone deserves a world-class education, so they have put together a collection of free online courses from the top schools on the planet, including Harvard, MIT, and Stanford. Not content to stop there, they have also put together a wonderful little collection of short educational videos they refer […]