On the Shoulders of Giants By Seth Mecurywynn and Jack Freddkinson Last night I was watching the television. To be fair, I did feel like I had a few too many functional brain-cells, and they were sending me conflicting messages about peace for all humanity, and also how people who unironically like marzipan deserve to […]
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Movie Review: Ron’s Gone Wrong SeTh gODwYnn Just this very morning, I was walking to work, and along one very narrow mostly residential street with the odd spattering of small businesses, I saw 11 garbage trucks in a row doing the Thursday morning collection. How much rubbish can such a tiny corner of the world
Yensid Productions – A New Voice A.P. Shillinson and Seth Cashwin At Edgeverse, we are at the very forefront of the latest sci-fi and movie-related news. We shilled pretty hard and were given a scoop from new studio, Yensid, who are working on a number of properties, many ripe for reboots – who doesn’t love
1917: A Slasher Flick? By Lance Corporal Godwynn and Half Sargent Atkinson I’m not a huge fan of Bittorrent and other means of pirating movies. It means I have to remote access a second computer that’s literally sitting on the same desk as the machine I’m working from, because at home I only have room
Andrew Probert: Designing the 80s Jack Atkinhawke and Seth Machwynn Andrew Probert was born 1946 in Independence, Missouri. Without doubt, he is best known, by those people that know him at all, as the artist who created most of the designs for Star Trek: The Next Generation, including the Enterprise D, but he has contributed
Jurassic Park: Dinosaur VFX Sethasaurus Rex and a tiny little bit of the Tricerajack It’s often said that despite nearly 30 years having passed, the VFX dinosaurs in the original Jurassic Park have passed the test of time and continue to hold their own against the latest, greatest digital imaging technology is able to provide.
Ghostbusters 2016 – How it Could Have Worked Jack Spengleson and Seth Venkwynn ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ is currently getting extremely positive reviews due to treating the source material with reverence and respect, but it wasn’t always like that. In 2016 a film came out that took the original movies and took a gigantic shit on them.
Movie Analysis: Paterson Seth McGodwynn – But not Jack. Oh no… One of the staples of arthouse movies is that they succeed by resonating with the audience at an emotional level through subtext, even though nothing of any consequence actually happens. Much like with micro ﬁction, where the implication is the story and the less
5 Sequels that Changed Everything and Worked – Mostly Jack ‘The Cynic’ Atkinson and Seth ‘The Pragmatist’ Godwynn When a movie does well, in terms of making shit-loads of money, a sequel is practically guaranteed. In fact, these days, movies are generally made with the prerequisite of developing at least one sequel, possibly a franchise,
5 Gifted Directors who Lost the Plot A.P. Atkinstein and Seth Goldwynn Being a creative genius is hard. Attractive women don’t check out guys thinking, ‘I wonder if he could come up with a new idea that moves his chosen medium of expression forward in any significant way?’ Bankers don’t look at financial reports and