Mis-Drop is a science fiction short unlike anything you’ll see…ever

Trust the folks from New Zealand (Wellington to be exact) to keep upping the ante ,when it comes to innovative ways to tell stories with visual effects. Mis-Drop is one of those, out of the box, science fiction films, that if director Ferand Peek isn’t careful, Hollywood will steal the shit out of and actContinue reading “Mis-Drop is a science fiction short unlike anything you’ll see…ever”

Science fiction short Auroras host some stunning visuals and features a very unique storyline

We recently received an email from director Niles Heckman about an amazing short he’s trying to finish through Kickstarter. It’s an ambitious project and a labor of love for him, hence the reason he’s using all his free time and money and home, to see this project to fruition. Seems to be a lot ofContinue reading “Science fiction short Auroras host some stunning visuals and features a very unique storyline”

Broken Bells debuts short film starring Kate Mara, Anton Yelchin to accompany thier new album After the Disco

After the Disco is Broken Bells ( James Mercer from the Shins and Danger Mouse from Gnarls Barkley’s) second album, due out January 2014 and to commemorate the release they’ve created a short film. This meditative joint, stars Kate Mara (House of Cards) and Anton Yelchin (Star Trek) and is about two star-crossed lovers findingContinue reading “Broken Bells debuts short film starring Kate Mara, Anton Yelchin to accompany thier new album After the Disco”

Intro to Cosmicism 101: The Lovecraft Anthology Vol. 1 & 2 Edited by Dan Lockwood

“Searchers after horror haunt strange, far places.”  ―    H.P. Lovecraft What is the Necronomicon?  Cthulhu?  Yog-Sogoth?  Arkham?  What is this ‘cosmic horror’ genre all about?  Whether you’re someone that’s wise to this jargon, or just the casually interested, The LoveCraft Anthologies Volumes 1 & 2 have something to offer.  After reading both graphics, I can nowContinue reading “Intro to Cosmicism 101: The Lovecraft Anthology Vol. 1 & 2 Edited by Dan Lockwood”