“A Reason to Live,” the urban fantasy short story is going through the editing phase!
The story chronicles the events and players that lead up to “By Virtue Fall,” the first novel in the “Shadowdance” action/ urban fantasy saga.
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Going over the edits to “A Reason to Live,” the short story prequel to “By Virtue Fall.” You’ll meet some familiar faces, as well as some new ones who’ll play major roles in future “Shadowdance” Saga songs and variations. Looking to have the story posted for free on the “Shadowdance” saga webpage for the July 4th weekend!
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It’s the time of month again where you have to go down your Netflix list and see if you’re losing something due to Netflix contract expirations. Here’s a handy list from Digital Trends that’ll help. It also tells you what to look forward to viewing next month.
Big wins are “Big Trouble in Little China,” The “Back to the Future” Trilogy; the two good “Beverly Hills Cop” movies, just in time for talks on a fourth (?). We’re also getting “Blade 2” by Guillermo Del Toro and the pre-Marvel Cinematic Universe example of how a non-Batman/ Superman/ Spider-Man/ X-Men character can rock their own movie.
And then there’s “Catwoman.”
We’re also getting the entire “Lethal Weapon” franchise, so you can see what worked compared to the upcoming TV series starring Damon Wayans as Murtaugh.
Bad news for “Star Trek” and “Firefly” fans. All the “ST” movies are gone, as is “Serenity,” the movie of the “Firefly” series. At least you’ve got until July 16th for that.
Fans of director Stanley Kubrick are losing “A Clockwork Orange” and “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Then again, if you’re a true Kubrickian, you already own those on blu-ray.
If you get the chance, catch “Bulworth,” Warren Beatty’s satire in which he plays a blowhard politically incorrect politician — pretty damned relevant in the era of Drumpf.
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For help in ordering your Netflix “My List,” check out my post. Continue Reading →
20th Century Fox took some heat for the above billboard ad for “X-Men: Apocalypse.” Why? Because it showed a woman in jeopardy. Many cried foul. In response, Fox apologized and took the billboard down.
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“24: Legacy” is Fox’s attempt to catch lightning in a bottle for a third time. Continue Reading →