Archive for May, 2018

Cosmic Peak5 months ago
Arguments for the Existence of God. Are They Still Relevant Today?
Throughout the history of theology, there have been many arguments proposed to justify the existence of God. They have all not survived without some form of criticism, in many cases coming from believ...
Joy Ergang5 months ago
Dear Scientology
Dear Scientology, I am done! Done being a victim. Done being exploited for your gain. Done giving money that I don't have for services and books that don't improve my life. I am done being brainwashed...
Christopher Hales5 months ago
Spoiler Review: 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'
After years of rumours, actor hunting, and behind the scenes problems, Solo: A Star Wars Story finally hit cinemas worldwide last week. The only question is... did it live up to expectations? If you d...
'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Review
If you haven't seen it yet, a word of warning, but why are you reading this? Spoilers! Nowadays I go into the cinema with the same expectations as I would when going to the bathroom with a box of popc...
Briana Vanhoy5 months ago
Remembering Hell
It all started on the day she was born—or, in this case—found. The skies were blanketing themselves in rows of purple velvet, and the wind was striking through the old, New York’s Finest Albany Pecan ...
Brutalist Stories5 months ago
Brutalist Stories #60
We stole the stars from their sky, we stole the seas from their planet, we stole the souls from their young, and when there was nothing else left to take, we burnt them up like any other planet. There...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'Time Will Tell'
Some more indie time-travel movies popping up on Amazon Prime, so I thought I'd get back into reviewing them, beginning with Time Will Tell (listed on Amazon as 2017, on IMDb as 2018, actually made in...
Kory Glover5 months ago
Can We Tone Down the 'Star Wars' a Bit?
Solo was an odd experiment from the Disney and the Star Wars universe. Granted, the character of Han Solo quickly became a favourite among fans for his down-to-earth personality and the fact that he w...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'The Crossing' 1.8
As seems to happen all too often when an announcement comes down that a series won't be renewed for another season, the remaining episodes just get better and better. If episode 1.8 on last night is a...
Aurora Laurant5 months ago
Embracing Abnormality
The definition of what is abnormal varies from person to person. Personally, an abnormality is anything that varies from my personal bubble of normal. Anything that varies from my day-to-day, I’d cons...
SKYLERIZED 5 months ago
Enliven (Part II)
Jakes looked about the street that October night. He noticed the cool breeze and the clouds. He also noticed Yania with a gait that suggested excellence. Her blonde locks flowed over her white skin li...
Remembering the Astrological Houses the Easy Way - Get to the Point, Grimoire
The signs, the planets, and the houses are all important in your chart and where they're positioned tells you even more. Clearly, there is a lot to remember when it comes to the zodiac, but I tend to ...
Amanda Cohen✨5 months ago
Subject A
It was raining that night. An onslaught of booming thunder knocked Claire off her feet. Now covered in muddy slop, she finger-combed through her damp brown locks. Once she was up, she kept walking, as...
Peter Ivey5 months ago
Tapestry of Night
Hearken! The triumph of humanity has come at last... It is the year 2235, and humanity stands together as the United Terran Commonwealth, and has spread from Terra to the outer reaches of our galaxy. ...
Taylor Walker5 months ago
Bad Cinema Corner: 'Le Voyage Dans La Lune' (1902) [Part 1]
Le Voyage Dans La Lune (1902) – George Méliès Also Known As: I Could Not Attend My Cousin’s Weird Theatre Play About Wizards On The Moon, So I Asked My Mom To Film It And Show It In Every Subsequent F...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'Westworld' 2.6
A complex, stunningly brilliant episode 2.6 of Westworld last night, which supports what has been emerging all season: this second season is even more complex and stunningly brilliant than the first. ...