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REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard 1.01 (2020)

In 2016, Chris Pratt was being interviewed about the upcoming Star Trek Beyond, the second sequel to the J.J. Abrams Star Trek remake. The interview can be summed up in the first paragraph: Back in 1965, NBC told Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry his science-fiction

Skywalker, Midichlorians and the Damage Done.

On April 2, 1796, a newly discovered and long lost Shakespearean play, Vortigern and Rowena had premiered on the stage. The play had been discovered by a William Henry-Ireland, which he had enthusiastically presented to his Shakespeare-obsessed father. In the years previous, Ireland had uncovered

The Illuminatus! Trilogy is getting the TV treatment (Deadline)

The Illuminatus! Trilogy is coming to television and Hivemind is in on the conspiracy. Hivemind, the production company behind The Expanse and Witcher, is partnering with writer-director Brian Taylor (Crank, Happy!) and the European production company Kallisti to adapt The Illuminatus! Trilogy, the off-kilter bookshelf

REVIEW: Taeter City (2012)

“In Taeter City, there is no crime. Using Zeed radio waves, the city’s dictatorship cause criminals to commit suicide. Their corpses are processed and sold as fast-food by conglomerates who nourish the ravenous populace. It was a perfect system…until Zeed started making the criminals stronger…”