The movie Passengers came out last week to mixed audience reactions and tepid critical response–neither good signs for highly bankable movie stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt. A few of the Geeks saw the film and had a chatroom discussion. Because the movie can’t really be discussed without spoilers, not only am I giving you a GIANT SPOILER WARNING RIGHT HERE but after the break I’m also going to describe the plot for anyone who doesn’t want to see the movie but wants in on the chat. Ready to proceed? Okay.
Season One, Episode One.
From 2005-2006, writer Grant Morrison had an interesting narrative experiment going on at DC Comics. He took the old concept of the “Seven Soldiers
I hate nostalgia. I really do. Glorifying stuff from the past simply because it was a beloved thing of the past? Not for me.
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Horror movies are probably about as old as the movie industry itself. Thomas Edison made one, an adaptation of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein. That movie
I’m not generally one for horror movies. Horror novels I can generally deal with, but I was a rather nervous kid who was easily