Released now, calculated to bring as little benefit or press to the film as possible, Curtis and I break down as much of “Avatar” as we can stomach. We lay the entirety of the blame at James Cameron’s doorstep – he really ought to know better. We do some side trails into the fad that is the current generation of 3D movies, “Prince of Persia” – which we both really enjoyed, in spite of my frustrated rant about the ending, and then plug upcoming RPG projects here at Critical Press Media. Hey, it’s worth repeating: look for OpenD6: Agents to hit digital download and POD before the end of the summer!
Winston reviews "Zero Hour" by Stoney M. Setzer, and collection of spiritual suspense stories by ResAliens in paper and electronic formats.
We share a pair of movie discussions this week, as I cursorily examine the new Clash of the Titans as well as District 9. In summation – I’m not horribly impressed with either movie. The brightest spot in my week is the fact that Chris and Kathy VanderKaay are back in the podworld with a new show …. The Anatomy of Fear.
Today, on a special episode of Critical Mass Podcast….. ::knock – knock:: just a second, folks, there’s someone at the door……………
John Wilkerson of the Jesus Geek reviews the book The Getaway Special by Jerry Oltion!
Some family, some not so family. Some good, some not so good. The wife and I recline and share some views on the movies we’ve seen this week, the movies we’re anticipating, and the state of movie making in general. We touch on the topic of horror films, highlight the technical improvements of the new Star Trek over the old, and despair for the glory days of Disney past like the old fogeys we are. Movies include: The Battle for Terra, Star Trek, assorted Disney films, Friday the 13th, and Halloween. Plus an update on November contests and stuff. There’s a whole slough of worthy links on the blog page, so don’t forget to click some of them.