Yes, I’m aware that it’s April now, but here’s a little (well, the only) leftover from Imperial March. What’s that again, you ask? I’ll just go ahead and quote myself when I explained it back in 2014:
…for proposals, applications, and the like. If you want to know what I’ve been up to in the quiet past months, do read on!
Well, hello again! Missed me? The long hiatus is hopefully coming to an end soon, and if you want to know what’s been occupying me so much, or if you aren’t tired yet of reading about my research into Assassin’s Creed… then read on!
Helen Roderick is the first mind to be computer-simulated after her death, re-emerging into a world that is so different from what she’s used to. But while daring innovations make life easier for everyone, it doesn’t take much to push the world over the brink…
Max returns to her hometown after five years of absence to study photography at the prestigious Blackwell Academy. And while not much seems to have changed, she finds out that, in fact, everything has and will.
Well folks, this is it. Tonight, this year is coming to an end, and with it comes a lot of time for reflection upon everything – what you did this year, what you learned about yourself, what you succeeded in and failed at. So here’s a short review of the movies I’ve blogged about this year!
Nothing could prevent the Red Wedding. The house of Forrester is caught in the midst of all sorts of intrigues. And alongside the terrors and troubles that the whole country has to face, they have to do whatever they can to survive and protect their precious Ironwood…
A couple weeks ago I had an interesting conversation, in which someone claimed that nowadays people seem unable to produce ‘brilliant’ movies. He said that the closest the past few years got to ‘excellence’ was Inception, but that it ultimately failed in achieving that too. And this got me thinking.
A bunch of teenagers find themselves in a clearing surrounded by a mysterious, dangerous maze. Their little society follows strict rules to protect itself – but the arrival of a boy turns their world upside down…
The human brain is a mystery – but not anymore. When scientific progress enables the deliberate deletion and modification of memories, Dollhouses are built – world-wide underground institutions that program people to not only think, but become whoever they need to be.