Back in September of 2012 I came across a really well done sci-fi short that was created on nothing more than a $600 budget but was an idea that film-maker Jesse O’Brien tried to raise money to make it into a full length movie.
It might be hard to believe given the news this past week about PRISM and the NSA that any company would think that people would willingly give up some of their privacy in exchange for a service but this is exactly what Facebook is thinking.
As an avid Chrome user this news has a definite impact but it seems that security researchers have discovered a cross-platform Flash hole that will allow nasty people to hijack your webcam video and audio.
We might not be getting the second part of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit until December 13th but that doesn’t mean that we won’t be getting lots of teasers to help pass the time until then.
I am a big fan of Vin Diesel’s Riddick character (ya even the much maligned sequel to Pitch Black) and while there are a few people mumbling about the similarities between Riddick and Pitch Black I don’t care – Riddick is still looking like it is going to be great fun.
The Brothers Brick are well known for creating some pretty awesome LEGO build but this Normandy SR-2 from the Mass Effect video game, and built by Ben Caulkins, definitely takes the cake when it comes to size.
This was another one of those movies that when I first heard about it I was more than a little dismissive of it. I mean come on, giant human controlled robots fighting giant monsters from the bottom of the oceans.
When it comes to science fiction movies, especially popular foreign ones, being brought across the ocean, Pacific or Atlantic, and westernized none has more geek love that the Japanese classic Akira.
It’s not unusual for Paul O’Flaherty, Daniel Walters, or myself to get sidetracked by off topic thoughts while recording the Nothing Serious Podcast but last night, well, we definitely went down the rabbit hole.
Neil Blomkamp set the science fiction movie world afire when his move District 9 hit the theaters so it isn’t surprising that the hype around his next movie Elysium is starting to pick up speed.
We’ve all seen the ridiculous looking diamond encrusted iPhones and gold iPods but most of those were done for the money and publicity, Ted Chapanian on the other hand used his own money and time to create this solid gold iPod Nano watch.