Tag: 1960s

To Your Scattered Bodies Go

Clearly Philip Jose Farmer wasn’t thinking about a series of books when he named this one To Your Scattered Bodies Go.  It’s a title I’ve heard from time to time and it’s made a few best Sci Fi Books lists

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Contagion

Contagion was not what I was expecting.  I thought it was going to be more 28 Days Later and less PBS Special on Diseases and how they are spread.  So instead of a tense story about the end of the

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The Illusionist (2010)

A French cartoon about a magician nearing the end of his career.  We follow him around as he performs his tricks for disinterested audiences, or practically no audience at all.  He is an old school sort of act, who can’t

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