Month: October 2017

CA Science Center: Body Worlds (Part Four)

The information found in the captions is derived from the exhibit except those found in parentheses. Those are my own words. As the above picture comments, these were once living people who gave permission to use them for scientific and educational purposes. I hope…

Lists of Halloween Movies

CA Science Center: Body Worlds (Part Three)

The information found in the captions is derived from the exhibit except those found in parentheses. Those are my own words. As the above picture comments, these were once living people who gave permission to use them for scientific and educational purposes. I hope…

Review of Jaws Franchise

  It started with the book by Peter Benchley.  Some parts were left out of the movie, Jaws. Some parts were left in it.  The script had rewrites and changes were sometimes done the day before shooting.  The mechanical great white sharks were referred…

9 Animated Halloween Movies for Every October and 1 TV Special

While I haven’t watched animated movies for a while, I thoroughly enjoyed watching every movie listed below.  From the Peanuts characters to vampires to trolls to the undead, the stories and characters will keep you entertained.  These just aren’t for people with kids because…

All Hail Coffee Bean and a New Theme

I decided to finally change my WordPress theme.  I saw too many people using the original one I picked.  I liked a different theme better and tried it out, but the font translated too small, even for my taste.  I haven’t forgotten to write…

10 Horror Movies for Every October

Things that Go Bump in the Night There’s many Halloween movies one could watch.  I hope to watch a few new ones for the purpose of recommending or reviewing them before next year’s Halloween is chasing me.  Here’s my list of Horror movies that…

Documentary/Movie Recommendation: Lost in La Mancha/The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Lost in La Mancha is a documentary about Terry Gilliam’s quest to film successfully a script about Don Quixote.  The story would’ve shifted back and forth between present London to 17th century La Mancha had it ended the way Gilliam intended.  The documentary follows…

Gerald’s Game Review

Are Those Handcuffs on Your Wrists? Gerald’s Game didn’t get the spotlight as Stephen King’s adaptation of IT.  While it probably won’t garner accolades for being a superb watching experience, there is enough content to keep a viewer’s attention.  These are the kinds of…

Coloring

When it ends, you begin another and another and another and another.

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