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Archive for November 2016
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Friday November 11 2016
In a bit of a post-apocalyptic mood lately, for potentially obvious reasons. Ciclope, a beautiful little animation made for the opening of a film festival, cheered me up a bit: Ciclope Anyway, I ...
Archive for October 2015
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Thursday October 29 2015
The Last Man, a short(-ish) film from Gavin Rothery, art director bloke for Moon. Goes well with the dismal Seattle weather. Having a lovely day? All bright and cheerful? Destroy it all with th ...
Archive for October 2013
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Sunday October 6 2013
SPOILER WARNING: this article indirectly mentions major plot points in the film! Alfonso Cuarón may not realise it, but he's a director of video game movies. But he's definitely no Uwe Boll. I h ...
Archive for July 2013
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Sunday July 14 2013
Saturdays are for getting confused about dates and setting the following day's article to appear on Monday. Oops. Anyhow, one brief edit later, here are a few screenshots from a few weeks' escapades i ...
Archive for May 2013
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Sunday May 5 2013
Brain has been eaten by re-release of a side project. For anyone here due to Raspberry Pi hacking or whatever, my previous hobby of computer game modding accidentally turned into a job. Anyway, for va ...
Archive for April 2013
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Wednesday April 3 2013
Iain Banks - both with and without the 'M.' - diagnosed with terminal cancer. If you haven't already noticed, his writing's a bit of a major personal influence.
Archive for October 2012
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Sunday October 7 2012
Sundays are for reflecting on science fiction - past, present and future. Or is that nonlinear future/more-future, ultra-future and alternate-past? Looper trailer - may contain traces of dubstep ...
Archive for June 2012
posted in Media by Cargo Cult on Saturday June 9 2012
So, I braved the mixed reviews and went to see Prometheus - being of the opinion that the original Alien was by far the best of the franchise. Prepared for abject disappointment, I was quite surprised ...