This volume we return to the “present”, of the Zeonic war. More…
Headlines for July 2015 include the successful Russian rocket launch to supply the International Space Station, and a worker killed by a robot in Germany
Below, watch StoryBrain critique modern, slick special F/X, George Takei call out Clarence Thomas on gay marriage, and the cosplay of a couple of Cons… the week before a Con of Some Significance opens in San Diego:
This is one of the lightest weeks we’ve seen in a long time.
It’s no Jurassic World but, for years, the Hammer remake of the One Million BC stood as the definitive humans with dinosaurs pic. It also kickstarted Rachel Welch’s career, and sold more than one million copies of that fur bikini pin-up.1
The latest episode of the X-Files Retrospective podcast, covering Our Town, is now available here for your listening pleasure. Intro and outro music attribution is below. You can also follow the show from its own feed (RSS, iTunes, Stitcher) or through the Bureau 42 Master Audio Feed (RSS, iTunes, Stitcher).
A rarity for a Summer flick, the fourth Jurassic Park movie has maintained the top slot in the box office for a third week, making $54 million and totaling $500 million since its debut. It has also taken the lead from Avengers: Age of Ultron as the highest grossing film for 2015. The second Avengers movie (which was #10 at the box office this week) has totalled $452 million since it’s debut in May.
Pixar’s Inside Out (reviewed last week), stayed in second for another week at $52 million. Seth McFarlane’s Ted 2 debuted in third with $33 million.
The manga reviews continue with the next installment of Oh, My Goddess! This time with a bit of a more dramatic plot line. More…