A work of passion worthy of Van Gogh... This film is everything audiences expected and so much more. The world at large will get the film in just 24 hours. Release is immenient on our favorite retailers set for tomorrow, January 26, 2018. Yes, I have my pre-order in. Will more animated film makers take inspiration …
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It is a story of friendship and love, and it is a story of magic and of hatred. Once again, and by his own words, directory Guillermo del Toro has delivered us a fairy tale. Those of us that have longed for a story with the power and intensity of Pan's Labyrinth have been rewarded for our patience once more. Be sure and watch the trailer below in case you missed it.
A Mountain of Hopelessness, Corruption, and Lost Faith Redeemed The Temple of the Forgefather rests set into the mountain. Deep under the great marble structure lie the mines which produce the ore for the great forges. To become a novice in the temple is the highest aspiration of those who toil the mines in blackness. …
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"Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View"...there has never been another Star Wars book like it.
Each story in “Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View” is told from the perspective of a background character in the films. Stories range from the Stormtroopers that never could quite find the droids they were looking for, to the X-Wing pilots who helped Luke destroy the Death Star.
Dyrk Ashton has a fast paced fantasy here with complex mythology, ancient powers, and powerful demigods with cell phones... Unique and original, this urban fantasy is a spendid combination of ancient mythology and non-stop action. The entire story in book one, takes place in a mere 24 hours of our time, yet covers millennia of …
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The premise of the AI Frankenstein Complex, that the creation will turn on the creator, has been a staple trope of science fiction movies and books for decades. The fascinating idea of robots developing self-awareness, and either helping or turning on humanity, is apparent in films