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Syfy’s Defiance

The first episode of Syfy’s new makeup and CGI fest Defiance was not as good as I had hoped, but not as bad as I had feared. We start of with a family sitting is green field when they are

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The Book of Unwritten Tales

The Book of Unwritten Tales is the best adventure game to come out since last year’s Gray Matter from Jane Jensen.  It’s another throw back to the glory days of Sierra Online and LucasArts point and click games. The Book

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Robopocalypse

Harlan Ellison hasn’t sued Daniel H. Wilson-at least not yet, but it’s hard not to think of The Terminator while reading Robopocalypse.  More precisely, it bears a striking resemblance to S. M. Stirling’s trilogy sequel to Arnold’s T2.  I really

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Super 8 ~Uh, Not That Super

J.J. Abrams has made a love song to Steven Spielberg.  From the Super 8 One Sheet that bears a striking resemblance to the One Sheet for Close Encounters of The Third Kind to his story which bears a striking resemblance

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Wall-e

Standard issue Pixar tear jerker that has gotten a bit of bad press for portraying humankind as a bunch of nasty litterbugs.  I still liked it, though the story does have a few holes big enough to drive a Spacefaring

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