28 Jun
Just don't drop it in water... you know what that does to vinyl

If you grew up in the 1980’s you probably wished Steven Spielberg were a family friend. Sure the man helmed such Hollywood classics as Jaws, Indiana Jones, Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan, etc, but it was his work crafting unbearably lovable characters in E.T. and Gremlins that made kids go bonkers. Aaah, Gremlins — who […]


26 May
Fighting back and fitting in is important. Or is it?

Geeks. Nerds. Freaks. Freaks & Geeks. Simply put: They aren’t popular. We all know that. But does it matter? Or better put, is that necessarily a bad thing? Not according to reporter Alexandra Robbins, who argues that people who are interested in math, science and technology are the future of our nation (bonus points for […]


18 May
Here's hoping they haven't ruined another childhood memory...

Did you read Tintin as a kid? No? Then you missed out. Or maybe you didn’t, cos Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson have teamed up to bring one of the best books from our childhood to the silver screen (in 3D, naturally). Of course I trust my favorite material to Spielberg the way I trust […]


7 May
The avant garde magazine chooses a worthy subject

You know we’re fans of the avant garde Visionaire Magazine, who always push themselves to evolve the format to the next level. Most of their work is so future-forward that the term “magazine” is a disservice, like Issue 57 (consisting of an electric calender with 365 different curated images) that we covered a couple months […]


6 May
Robert Rodriquez's fake film awaits release

You may recognize the trailer below as one of the 4 fake films advertised in Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriquez’s Grindhouse double feature film. Rumors have circulated now for 2 years that the Weinstein Co was fast tracking Machete into production, and apparently the film has been made and is awaiting release. Now, due to […]


17 Nov
The man, the myth, the genius and the megalomaniac

If you’re a fan of sci-fi or film in general, I highly recommend Dana Goodyear’s interview with James Cameron in the latest issue of the New Yorker. It’s an incredibly insightful, well written examination of one of America’s best auteur filmmakers, living or dead. (If you don’t think so, best be prepared for a heated […]