Zack Snyder’s Watchmen is more than a superhero movie as much as anyone would argue it is just that. Rather, it’s a story about normal people who take responsibility. A film about the fragility of our society, about acceptance and about the power of science. It’s base material is the comic books with the same name, written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons. We are taken to an alternate … Continue reading Watchmen
When I was a kid I could only play Mario when my father wasn’t around. I was with my eyes stuck on the screen and my ears at the door, so I won’t get caught when he’d come home. He had something that seemed a weird idea about playing video games, my father, as he always told me to play chess or anything that’s not virtual. It … Continue reading About good games and wasting time.
This city feels tame. Silent and still – a dead man’s eye staring at the universe. The streets are cold in the night – a complex arrangement of decomposing words. The silence grows loud. It all feels like a dream: i’m a fly gazing the stars reflected on this lifeless cornea. Continue reading A dead man’s eye
A tale of love lost in the distant future where people relive their fondest memories with virtual reality. Everything spins out of control for our Hero as the lines between reality and the virtual memories begin to blur. Continue reading Memory 2.0 – A tale of love lost in the distant future
“But at least we have answered one ancient question. We are not alone. The stars will never again be the same to us.” Arthur C. Clarke, Rendezvous with Rama Continue reading Rendezvous with Rama short movie
Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy is being in development to HBO and it’s said to become a TV series. Foundation and HBO in the same sentence sounds great, right? Add Jonathan Nolan, the mastermind behind Interstellar, to this equation and your mind might just explode out of excitement. Continue reading Asimov’s Foundation to become an HBO series
You felt warm – for a second – my peace and my war. You were the lioness, I was the king. Did you forget who we were or do you still dream of the Spring? I held you – as we gazed at the stars, and I felt you fading away – that was a bummer. Alone I walked through the Gardens of Mars and vainly I waited for Summer. The rays of my sadness were sharp … Continue reading Can you feel my season?
This is the story of Joshua, a Shaman, who is sent on a mission to convert the soul of a giant battle colossus. He does not yet know that the soul is prepared for his coming and that the deadly psychological soul-to-soul confrontation in the Netherworld will be on eye level.” Continue reading The Shaman
You wake up from a dreamless sleep and you find that to be inconvenient. You throw some water at your body while trying to figure out who you are and you hope that you’ll discover along the way. You wipe with the towel that smells like yesterday and then dress yourself with the same worn up clothes. You get out of the house and you walk as … Continue reading A strange feeling
The year is 2131. The world is still shaken after the violent collision with a meteorite in 2077 when “the cities of Padua und Verona were wiped from the face of the Earth; and the last glories of Venice sank forever beneath the sea as the waters of the Adriatic came thundering landward after the hammer blow from space.” Continue reading Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke