Monthly Archives: July 2014

Check out my Amazing Stories posts!

On New Year’s Eve this year I found out that Steve Davidson, the current owner and publisher of Amazing Stories, was looking for bloggers. Amazing Stories was founded in the early 20s and is the very first science fiction magazine. … Continue reading

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Maintenance Today

Today I am going to be working on building the site and learning how to use WordPress better. Therefore, I will not be covering any movies today. Sorry! But if you will let me make it up to you, shoot … Continue reading

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Quick note to my readers

Today is my fourth continuous day of blogging! Four days in and I already have three followers. Yay! For those of you visiting for the first time, I apologize that the blog isn’t anything fancy. I’m still trying to figure … Continue reading

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Apollo 13

  I’m not sure how old I was at the time, but I remember a time when I was a kid and had refused to watch Apollo 13 with the rest of my family for the first time. The living … Continue reading

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Godzilla, King of the Monsters!

As a young man in the 21st Century, growing up while great advancements have been being made in special effects and animation, it’s easy not to hold some of the great films of the past in low regard.  I watch … Continue reading

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FROZEN In My Tracks

At the risk of sounding sexist or biased, I have to admit that I put off watching Disney’s 2013 blockbuster hit Frozen because, honestly, I thought that it was a “girl movie”. Even more than that, it was a Disney … Continue reading

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INAUGURAL POST: “The Adventures of Captain Marvel”

The 1940s were a monumental period for the science fiction film. Before the end of the decade several important milestones would be reached that have had far-reaching effects on both film-making and science fiction in general. 1948 would mark the … Continue reading

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