Per Matt Not quite the storytelling techniques of Save the Cat, but in addition to the bizarre misadventures of mad scientist Rick Sanchez, along with his willingly wishy-washy grandson, Mortimer “Morty” Smith Sr., the first new Rick and Morty episode… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Growing up, long before dial-up modems were a thing and the internet was confined to the military’s ARPANET, the only way to access the information superhighway was by visiting the neighborhood drug store, grocery store and bookstore, where… Continue Reading →
It’s about that time of the year! Only 12 days until Momocon 2019, an all-ages Geek Culture convention in Atlanta, GA, celebrating their 15th year since inauguration! Matt has gone previously, but this will be my first time attending Momocon.
Sci-fi, smuggling and sabotage in a city on the moon! Set in the near future, the second novel by Andy Weir (The Martian) takes place in a lunar colony named Artemis. It follows a smuggler, Jazz (short for Jasmine), who… Continue Reading →
Per Matt When a film features SEVEN writers, three directors and undergoes a major rewrite, its troubled production schedule generally receives a bit of bad publicity. But when the movie in question is an animated Disney release, all possible negatives… Continue Reading →
Per Matt The nominations have been announced for the 2016 Golden Globes awards ceremony and surprisingly, geek culture was embraced with the list. Here’s a quick look at the potential award winners, from a geek’s perspective.
Per Matt I’ve always been a big fan of Joe Bob Briggs. From watching him on TV in Joe Bob’s Drive-In Movie, to Monstervision, to The Daily Show, it’s been clear that he’s a big-time movie fan. Recently, at the… Continue Reading →