Tag Archives: sci-fi

Awesome Movies That Are Making Sci-Fi Better

Well it’s October. You know what that means! Movie review season! Time to kick off blockbuster season with an exciting introductory article! Q- Sorry, blockbuster season is over. You could try Sears. A- I’m not sure if that makes sense, … Continue reading

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Thoughts of a Sci-Fi Writer (in-Training)

One of my goals in revamping my blog is to get everything out on the table. Mentally, physically, everything. Physically: I want to re-do the website, now that I’ve brushed up (“brushed-up” here meaning: had no clue what I was … Continue reading

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The Adjustment Bureau (Guest Review by Pertopolis)

Matt Damon, Emily Blunt Canadian Rating: PG Initial thoughts during opening sequence:  Another film set in New York City?  We make movies that take place in other galaxies but Hollywood can’t tell a sci-fi story set in Uganda, Uruguay or … Continue reading

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Heck.

I’ll just spill the beans. I love writing and I have ADD. People with ADD are usually creative and intelligent, (I decided not to beat around the bush). HOWEVER they are paradoxically stuck in a place where working on something … Continue reading

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