Meticulously constructed, “Gone Girl” is layered with intricacy and laced with dread and wit. A deliriously diabolical psychological thriller, it won’t be gone from our collective mind anytime soon. “Gone Girl” will remain one of the most talked-about films of the year.
As a sci-fi fan, I wasn’t running to the theater to see “The Maze Runner.”
The trailer first seen at WonderCon and the 20th Century Fox press conference I attended at Comic-Con earlier this year didn’t generate nearly as much anticipation as “The Hunger Games” or “Divergent.” And the story didn’t come across as thought-provoking as “The Giver.”
September is halfway over everyone and Fall will officially arrive this weekend. Not that anyone can tell with the recent heat wave and that crazy thunderstorm that blew in last Tuesday. Thankfully the weather seems to have cooled down a smidge. To help handle the heat, I encourage everyone to go to the movies. Nice cool and air conditioned with a good flick and good group of people. What a better way to spend your time? To help you decide what movie to go see we have provided a list of recent movie releases.
The best party of the year arrived and it was one that fans wish would last just a little longer. After so many years of Hall H (which now arguably stands more for ‘hassles’), where major films are featured, I chose a different route last year, alternating between the hall’s mass-hysteria with subdued press conferences (Marvel’s […]
The Scripps Institute reported and is investigating why a massive school of Northern Anchovy invaded the La Jolla area on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
Scripps scientists have not seen such an aggregation in more than 30 years and it remains unclear why the unusually large school moved into shallow waters off the coast.