Casting a Dystopian Gaze: Cynical Science Fiction Cinema of the 1980s

Throughout the years, as science and technology continues to evolve beyond the boundaries of our imagination, a certain sect of the culture has taken it upon itself to examine the ethical, political and social implications of our discoveries. Most oftentimes operating within the genre of science fiction, these cautionary tales have run our amazing achievements… Read More Casting a Dystopian Gaze: Cynical Science Fiction Cinema of the 1980s

I Watched the Founder, Thought About Steve Jobs and Now I Want to Punch Myself in the Face

Beginning with the amazing flashback of the implementation of a pickle dispenser station, to the franchising debate and that rabble-rouser scene where our hero fights for corporate sponsorship, The Founder, like Steve Jobs of yesteryear, is the American success story I don’t know I want to see. Montages of sales pitches and investment schemes, monologues… Read More I Watched the Founder, Thought About Steve Jobs and Now I Want to Punch Myself in the Face

Die Another Daydream

As you’ll come to discover, should you frequent this page with any form of regularity, I am an unapologetic fan of the James Bond franchise. Connery to Craig and even the comic that came before them, there is just something about the adventures of 007 that calls to me. But ask any of my fellow… Read More Die Another Daydream