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Movie Review: Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant is a wonderfully balanced blend of science fiction and horror, with intelligent dialogue and plenty of medicinal CG for the sci-fi soul. (Alien drool not included.) Watched Alien: Covenant last night and was quite surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I've never been a huge fan of the franchise in general, although I did see Prometheus in theatres and remember liking it, albeit, not as much as I liked Alien: Covenant. Additionally, I do not like horror, at all. Not my cup of tea, nowhere close to my alley. That's why I'm shocked by how friggin legit I thought this movie was. It's unfortunate, that it didn't get the box office numbers it deserved, and the film is far from perfec

Show Review: The Orville

Seth MacFarlane and FOX create a decent sci-fi television show that shouldn't exist. It's big on chuckles and even bigger on wasted expenditure, but shallow where it matters. The science fiction nut in me watched along, all smiles, during the series premier of The Orville. But it wasn't until the episode was over that I took a moment to scratch my head and ask myself, "What was that?" Underneath its initial layers, The Orville is nothing more than FOX's preemptive strike against CBS and Star Trek Discovery. It's a slightly funnier and drastically shallower version of Star Trek, and ultimately, has no business being produced nor aired. Of course, we can't judge the entire series based on

Short Film Review: The Survivor

The Survivor: A Tale From The Nearscape: a sci-fi indie short film set in a post-apocalyptic future where a young boy with a twisted father and ailing mother faces dystopian dangers to retrieve much needed supplies for his family. The Good: Impressive cinematography, sound, lighting, colors, music, backdrops, decor, props, CG, so on and so forth, for a 12-minute-long indie science fiction production. The Bad: Disregarding that which can be regarded as trivial, such as elements that could have been better with fewer budgetary restrictions, more believeable dialogue/reciting of that dialogue, or better quality acting during non-integral scenes, the biggest mark that was missed was the film's e

Marketing For Authors: How To Select And Bid On Keywords (Step-By-Step Guide)

As an author living in this digital age, Search Engines and Amazon can be a few of your best friends. Digital advertising for indie authors can seem especially daunting, but today, I'm going to share some awesome tips with you that will hopefully remove that shroud of intimidation, and arm you with the confidence you need to build your very own search engine or amazon marketing services campaign. Successful keyword marketing is multi-faceted, and I'd be lying if I told you there was a quick and easy fix. Building a comprehensive keyword-driven ad campaign on Google, Bing & Yahoo, or Amazon, can take dozens of hours. But since your campaign can launch now, and be improved upon later, you can

Ixalan Predictions: 5 Ways Magic's Latest Set Might Change The Game

Magic The Gathering's latest set "Ixalan" is slated for release on September 29th. And with four whole sets simultaneously rotating out of the Standard Constructed format, big changes may be a comin'! In this post, we'll discuss some of the new set's themes, as well as five of the potential changes Ixalan may bring. Before we jump in, it's important to note that many of Ixalan's cards have already been spoiled. In case you haven't heard, an employee at one of their plants allegedly stole an uncut sheet of Ixalan cards, evaded security, and posted images of the cards online shortly afterward. So where as cards are typically spoiled a handful at a time during the weeks leading up to a new set'

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