‘Bliss’ Review- Blissfully Misses The Target

Mike Cahill writes and directs the science fiction drama ‘Bliss.’ It was produced by James D. Stern who made it with Endgame Entertainment and released via Amazon Prime. Greg Whittle (Owen Wilson) is a daydreaming pencil pusher recently divorced. He sketches a strange coastal house and fakes a shoulder injury to take painkillers. When his…

#AmReading- American Omens By Travis Thrasher

American Omens- The Coming Fight for Faith by Travis Thrasher is a dystopian novel about a dark future in the United States where organized religion has been heavily regulated and frowned upon by the government. In 2038, Cheyenne Burne is fired from a prominent technology firm called Acatour after her father is exposed as a…

Movie Review- Anon

Netflix has opened the door for directors who normally would not have been given a second glance in Hollywood. With the May release of Anon, directed by Andrew Niccol, the streaming service is proving it wants to tackle certain hot button issues using the power of science fiction. In a dystopian future, privacy and anonymity have…

Movie Review- Blade Runner 2049

Like its predecessor, Blade Runner 2049 is showing signs that it will only be appreciated by science fiction enthusiasts and fans of the franchise, but I believe it’ll be a movie that we will talk about it in the future. Director Denis Villeneuve does his best to bring us an original film, despite its label as a…

Interview with freelance writer Mary Ramirez

Those of you who have followed me for a while know that I do not trust the mainstream media, so I turn to news organizations like TheBlaze. That is why I am excited to interview Mary Ramirez, freelance writer, journalist, columnist, and contributor to The Chris Salcedo Show on TheBlaze radio. She also blogs on…

Movie Review- The Host

Brought to you by the mind of Stephenie Meyer, author the ultimate expression of an abusive relationship: Twilight series, comes another story that, to my surprise, I did not hate. The Host is directed by Andrew Niccol (Lord of War, In Time). I admit, at first, I was hesitant to see The Host, but a few of my friends…

Book Review- Ender’s Game

There’s probably not I can say about this particular novel that hasn’t already been said. Orson Scott Card wrote a short story entitled The Battle Room, from that came the great science fiction edit that spawned: Ender’s Game. I recently read it knowing that a major motion picture was coming out sometime this year, so…