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Top 10 Forgotten Scifi Movies | Best Science Fiction Movies of Previous Generations That Time Seems To Have Forgotten

New generations of people are always looking for the newest and greatest, but many movies from the past are truly great too. Although it's awesome to have the coolest and best special effects and CGI, effects and graphics alone are not what makes a movie truly great. Although the special effects and CGI capabilities of the 1990s and 1980s were inferior, some of the... read more

Playstation 4 PS4 System Major Update 4.00 Released Today | Summary of Several Useful Additions Including Folders & Quick Menu Sidebar

Sony released the next major system update today, to version 4.00. Here is a short summary of the updates: UI Design Updates Sony refreshed the UI for the PS4, including a new popup notification screen, new backgrounds, and new redesigned icons for the XMB. I also noticed the sounds are slightly different. Folders and Libraries Updates A much needed update,... read more

Twitter’s Share Price Continues To Fall, What Could Be The Cause Of This?

Ever since going public and having a peak stock price of $69 just 32 months ago in January of 2014, Twitter's share price has been decreasing on a steady basis with a bleak outlook for the future. Twitter's share price went into a free fall a couple times, in October of 2014 after a short spike, and then again in April of 2015. Since then, the Twitter stock price has been... read more

What If You Could Breathe Underwater? Could An Artificial Gill Ever Be Created?

If an idea alone would give you rights to an invention, I'd be rich. I remember thinking, why don't we just make an apparatus that has gills like the fish, so that we don't need oxygen tanks? I was 5 when I first came up the the idea. Throughout my childhood, I had many dreams where I could breathe underwater - and I was sad when I awakened to our world where humans... read more

Can Humans Sense Sharks In The Water Before It’s Too Late?

We all know that when we see a shark fin, or the silhouette of a shark below the boat, it means there is a shark in the water. That much is obvious. However, what about if you can't see the fin or silhouette? Is it possible to predict if there is a shark in the water? I believe there is certainly a possibility, but without some well-performed and difficult to achieve... read more

PS4 DLNA Update 2016: Works Way Better, Still Needs Some Work But Now Usable

It's been 9 months since the last post where I broke down all the issues with the PS4 Media Player. In short, there have been a large amount of improvements to the DLNA functionality. I was forced to use the PS4 DLNA Media Player feature because when my house was struck by lightning last week, it busted my PS3. I think I can fix my PS3 but I haven't had the time so I've... read more

This Sharknado 4 Official Trailer Will Surprise You In Ways You Never Thought Possible

Have you ever watched the classics like Jaws, Jurassic Park, Star Wars, or Twister? Yes? No? Oh really? Well it doesn't matter because this is nothing like any of those! It doesn't happen often that a trailer blows me out of my seat - and yes, I mean that literally, in a metaphorical way of course. Really nothing could have prepared me for this trailer, which I would... read more

Jason Bourne (2016) Movie Review | Is Bourne Still Great After 10 Years?

After a long wait, director Paul Greengrass and actor Matt Damon have returned for Jason Bourne. With The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, the filmmaker forever changed how creatively bones can be broken on screen and in doing so has left Jason Bourne’s audience expectations high. In fact, more than any other film in recent memory, Jason Bourne exposes the... read more

Top 10 Movies at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 That Blew the Roof Off “Hall H”

Every year San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H Saturday panels welcome the hugest names in the film industry to give 6,500 sleep-deprived fans first looks, glimpses and details of the biggest upcoming blockbusters. Comic Con 2016 was no exception and I am here to report the top ten things that blew the roof off Hall H’s Saturday presentation. Below I will provide... read more

Stranger Things (2016) TV Show Review | New Netflix Thriller Series Is Reminiscent of Classic Spielberg & John Carpenter

Stranger Things is a peculiar beast among the swarm of modern reboots and sequels fueled by nineteen-eighties nostalgia. Although the show is neither reboot nor sequel, it is perhaps the finest experiment of whether or not nostalgia can carry the entirety of one's story. In fact, Stranger Things works a lot like nostalgia. It is endearing for a bit, but one soon... read more
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