Posted in November 2017

On Catwoman

On Catwoman

Featuring Halle Berry (X-Men film series), Lambert Wilson (The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions), Frances Conroy (All-Star Superman, Desperate Housewives), Sharon Stone (Total Recall), Michael Massee (The Amazing Spider-Man film series), Peter Wingfield (Stargate SG-1, Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda, Smallville, Charmed), Ona Grauer (Elysium, Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis, Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda, Smallville, Supernatural, Fringe, Arrow), Peter Williams (Stargate SG-1, The Chronicles of Riddick), … Continue reading

I Totally Understand Colin Kaepernick

I Totally Understand Colin Kaepernick

  I’m not a sports guy. My least favorite religion is sports. But when asked about how I felt about San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling in protest against racial systemic injustice during the National Anthem before games, the answer was actually really easy: I can totally understand it. To no surprise, this is tied … Continue reading

Why I Love PMQs

Why I Love PMQs

If there is one aspect of British Parliament that I have found absolutely wonderful, it’s Prime Minster’s Question, which according to the BBC News article, “Prime minister’s questions“: Prime minister’s questions, or PMQs, is a high point of the parliamentary week. Each week, at noon on Wednesday the prime minister must come to the House … Continue reading

On Ant-Man

On Ant-Man

Featuring Paul Rudd (Clueless), Bobby Cannavale (Will & Grace), and Evangeline Lilly (The Hobbit film series), Ant-Man is a film part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I hadn’t originally intended to cover this film (Captain America: Civil War), but much like X-Men: The Last Stand, I changed my mind and for good reason – it’s … Continue reading

On Donnie Darko

On Donnie Darko

Featuring Jake Gyllenhaal (October Sky, The Day After Tomorrow, Brokeback Mountain), Patrick Swayze (Point Break), Mary McDonnell (Independence Day), Drew Barrymore (Firestarter, Batman Forever, Scream, Grey Gardens), James Duval (Independence Day), and Beth Grant (The Golden Girls, Angel), Donnie Darko is a cult science fiction film released in 2001, which at the time was scarcely advertised due to the September … Continue reading

A Special Look at: The Sontaran Experiment

A Special Look at: The Sontaran Experiment

Continuing from Robot and The Ark in Space is The Sontaran Experiment, the shortest story of the 1970s. According to A Brief History of Time (Travel) regarding the production of the story: Since 1971, a Doctor Who season had been comprised almost exclusively of four- and six-part stories. As he developed the outline of the programme’s twelfth … Continue reading

On Alien: Resurrection

On Alien: Resurrection

Continuing from Alien, Aliens, and Alien ³ is Alien: Resurrection, which is written by Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly/Serenity, Dollhouse, The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Speed, Roseanne), and serves as the final installment of the original film series. The film features Winona Ryder (Beetlejuice, Mermaids, Edward Scissorhands), and Brad Dourif (The Lord of the Rings: The … Continue reading

Why I Love Cemeteries

Why I Love Cemeteries

In a previous post. I mentioned taking bike rides through Bellevue Cemetery with my friends Jimmy, Amy, and Luke (the second picture in this post features them). But that was hardly the only things done though. I frequented local cemeteries quite a bit and found them calm, relaxing, and beautiful. They, I think, are really … Continue reading

On A Nightmare on Elm Street

On A Nightmare on Elm Street

Featuring Johnny Depp (Edward Scissorhands, Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy, The Corpse Bride, Sleepy Hollow, The Ninth Gate, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), A Nightmare on Elm Street is a slasher film written and directed by Wes Craven (Scream films, Wishmaster), which also serves as Johnny Depp’s film debut. According to the IFC … Continue reading

Abolish Child Marriages in Massachusetts

Abolish Child Marriages in Massachusetts

The exploitation of children (women and men) through marriage loopholes simply must end, esp. here in Massachusetts, because it does indeed exist here. According to the NPR article, “The Loopholes That Allow Child Marriage In The U.S.“: Child marriage isn’t just a practice that victimizes girls in poor countries. As this blog has previously reported, it’s … Continue reading