Wayhomer Review #184: Tomorrowland

Wayhomer Review #184: Tomorrowland

It's Episode #184 for Tomorrowland, in which our protagonist appreciates ornery Clooney, marvels at his co-stars, and still doesn't have a jetpack. [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent="yes" overflow="visible"][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type="1_1"...

Birthday Free Stuff: An After-Action Debrief

Birthday Free Stuff: An After-Action Debrief

I've been meaning to post this for sometime, but things have just been conspiring to take away my time to type things. But it's important that I share what I've learned. In a vain attempt to distract myself from my increasing decrepitude for my birthday last year, I...

The 12 Monkeys Group Therapy Session

The 12 Monkeys Group Therapy Session

So I did finish watching the first season of 12 Monkeys. And it went from interesting to intriguing...then, as I've said elsewhere, for the last three episodes it put on its happy sombrero and did a crazy dance that made my eyelashes hurt. Albeit...in a good way. So,...

Remembering Christopher Lee

Remembering Christopher Lee

Sir Christopher Lee, the last man standing of the Grand Horror Pantheon, has died at age 93. And it's sort of hard to put into words what we've lost. Not only was he an incredible actor but Lee had a voice that would chill you. I mean seriously. Go listen to him read...

Missing: The Cansdale Escaped Squirrel Caper

Missing: The Cansdale Escaped Squirrel Caper

The man pictured there is George Cansdale. He is, in essence, the godfather of all of the fantastic BBC wildlife programs we get today from the likes of David Attenborough. On the very first nature programs on the BBC, Cansdale would bring zoo animals into the studio...