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A SyFy Original, “Sharktopus vs Pteracuda.”

I am sucker for really, really bad movies, especially the ones that premier on the SyFy channel.  I desperately remember trying to find the sit down room to watch “Frankenfish,” “Bats: Human Harvest,” and “Carny.”  However, that being said, I somehow missed 2013′s “Sharknado”… :(

But, have no fear!  The much anticipated follow-up to 2010′s “Sharktopus,” “Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda,” will be…

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Film review: Snowpiercer (2013)

“Snowpiercer” with Chris Evans, Kang-ho Song, Ed Harris, John Hurt, Tilda Swinton, and Jamie Bell

Directed by Joon-ho Bong, Written by Joon-ho Bong (screenplay), Kelly Masterson (screenplay), Jacques Lob (based on Le Transperceneige by), Benjamin Legrand (based on Le Transperceneige by), Jean-Marc Rochette (based on Le Transperceneige by)

Snowpiercer PosterScience-fiction films and television have made quite the…

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Happy Birthday Ernest Hemingway!

I just wanted to do a quick post to celebrate one of my favorite authors, Ernest Hemingway, because it is his 115 birthday today!  So, here to keep your day afloat is one of my favorite Hemingway quotes:

Ernest Hemingway

*Also, to keep the nerdery afloat, I would like to mention that it is also Ryu’s 50th birthday today, as well. #StreetFighter

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Weird Tales Magazine is a fantastic, aged publication that harkens back to the glory days of Science Fiction and Dark Fantasy.  They’re longstanding and incredibly poignant today, just as much as they were yesterday.

I follow them on Facebook (which you can find here), and one of the standout qualities of their page is the weirdly captivating covers that they post from old books and comics to artwork and illustrations by talented artists from all decades.

Here is a snippet of the last twenty-or-so images that they’ve posted (to get an idea of the kind of content that Weird Tales Magazine publishes), and if-so inclined, I highly recommend that you follow them on Facebook and other social networking sites as well as getting ahold of the publication itself.

And, now for your viewing pleasure:

Weird Tales Magazine is a fantastic, aged publication that harkens back to the glory days of… Weird Tales Magazine is a fantastic, aged publication that harkens back to the glory days of Science Fiction and Dark Fantasy.  

I found this old pic, a worn harpoon, and a box of old fisherman’s clothes in the attic of Celeste and I’s new home—  I wonder what it means? View Larger

I found this old pic, a worn harpoon, and a box of old fisherman’s clothes in the attic of Celeste and I’s new home— I wonder what it means?


Amerika

"Amerika" (a poem) by A.R. Schultz

Thick as thieves we were, thinned from the thicket

Floating on a flotilla of plastic down the River Styx

Tossing Dentabone’s to Cerberus as we held our palms high

We didn’t beg for forgiveness, we gave into Wal*Mart and Wall Street

Our Big Bang was less than whimper— More like a whisper.

Hush the tanks are coming.

The tanks are coming.

Our oiled war machines are T-1000s in the shadows

Glowing…

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docshaner:

I mentioned on twitter yesterday that all the people on my Adventures of Superman cover were pulled from the comics. Some are obvious and a few are a little more obscure. Here, by the numbers, are all the names—
1. Dr. Jenet Klyburn 2. Lois Lane. Some have noted her look here is based on Amy Adams’ Lois in Man of Steel. Despite my problems with the movie I did really like Lois’ look. 3. Officer Jim Corrigan 4. Cat Grant. 5. Perry White. 6. Gabby, of the Newsboy Legion. 7. Jimmy Olsen. 8. Steve Lombard. 9. This was originally not meant to be anyone specific, but it was pointed out to me yesterday that it could be Keith White. So I’ll say it is. 10. Professor Jasper J. Pepperwinkle. 11. Ron Troupe. 12. Bibbo Bibbowski. Bibbo also appears briefly later in the first chapter. 13. Myra Allen.
Big thanks to Calamity Jon for helping me find some of the more obscure folks.
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docshaner:

I mentioned on twitter yesterday that all the people on my Adventures of Superman cover were pulled from the comics. Some are obvious and a few are a little more obscure. Here, by the numbers, are all the names—

1. Dr. Jenet Klyburn
2. Lois Lane. Some have noted her look here is based on Amy Adams’ Lois in Man of Steel. Despite my problems with the movie I did really like Lois’ look.
3. Officer Jim Corrigan
4. Cat Grant.
5. Perry White.
6. Gabby, of the Newsboy Legion.
7. Jimmy Olsen.
8. Steve Lombard.
9. This was originally not meant to be anyone specific, but it was pointed out to me yesterday that it could be Keith White. So I’ll say it is.
10. Professor Jasper J. Pepperwinkle.
11. Ron Troupe.
12. Bibbo Bibbowski. Bibbo also appears briefly later in the first chapter.
13. Myra Allen.

Big thanks to Calamity Jon for helping me find some of the more obscure folks.