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Odin is a pretty well known and popular god. He is considered the all father but that is a more literary theme later on. Skaldic poetry, pre-Christian Viking poetry, is the father of Baldr, Thor, and Vali but Snorri Sturluson in the 13th century added Heimdall, Týr, Bragi, Vidarr, and Hodr as his sons making him all father. He is the wisest of wise and a god of war, death, poetry, runes, and magic. He is an Aesir and helped create the nine worlds under Yggdrasil. He rules over Asgard and collects the slain in Vahalla.
For so many reasons this playlist labeled “Laurel” has infected me. It has inserted hairy tentacles beneath my skin and will never recede from within my flesh. They’re like the barbed penes of various winged insects. Once their inside, they never leave, by design.
In this chapter of ‘the filmmaker’s guide’ we’re actually going to be learning about literature and film together. I understand that many of you are sitting in university during difficult times and finding it increasingly hard to study and I understand that many of you who are not at university or not planning on it are possibly stuck of what to do, need a break or even need to catch up on learning film before you get to the next level. This guide will be brief but will also contain: new vocabulary, concepts and theories, films to watch and we will be exploring something taboo until now in the ‘filmmaker’s guide’ - academia (abyss opens). Each article will explore a different concept of film, philosophy, literature or bibliography/filmography etc. in order to give you something new to learn each time we see each other. You can use some of the words amongst family and friends to sound clever or you can get back to me (email in bio) and tell me how you’re doing. So, strap in and prepare for the filmmaker’s guide to film studies because it is going to be one wild ride.
Greetings and salutations, Star Wars collectors of all places! There has been a big announcement in the form of an all-new toy line from the final season of the critically acclaimed animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. For Hasbro's Star Wars Black Series action figure line has returned to The Clone Wars to gift unto that show's fans exactly who and what they may want. This line will be rolling out at least four new six-inch model action figures inspired by the cinematic conclusion of the long-running television series that has captivated a huge fraction of the Star Wars fandom.
In The first episode of R.E.A.L Talk Self, Gina interviews her Friend Malcolm Benz which talks about talks about Afro-futureism, which is science fiction art and the study of past events that deals with the culture. Also Benz has a work physical space to bring awareness to black empowerment group so which purpose is to work on projects together and curate different spaces submit for like different museums.
Jodie Whittaker’s second series [Series 12] is well underway and we’ve already been treated to a number of shocks and surprises. Working backwards through the series, there have been three massive shocks and surprises.
There is no doubt we are living in the age of the reboot. It seems that every time you see a trailer or read a headline about the latest news on upcoming projects the result is almost alarmingly similar. Here comes another remake of an old movie or TV show. Sometimes it makes you wonder why someone would want to redo something that seemed perfect the first time around. It feels like a lot to live up to, and not every endeavor succeeds. Would it not make much more sense to revisit a title that perhaps failed to meet its full potential? There are many examples out there that if given a proper update could go from cult classic to exemplary. That is why the news of Amazon’s next nostalgic endeavor getting the TV series treatment is one everyone should be paying attention too. Paul W.S. Anderson’s gloriously gruesome film Event Horizon could very well become Prime’s next best series.
The Planet 8 podcast was started by three lifelong sci-fi fans who love to talk about anything sci-fi. The show's hosts, Bob, Karen, and Larry not only discuss sci-fi; horror and comics also get the same about of attention as well. The show consists of episodes in 50 minutes to over an hour in length and is uploaded to the web at least twice a month. A typical show involves a group discussion followed by a spotlight on a book or other item. While some shows will have guest interviews and others shows are recorded on location. There is also a portion of the podcast called "Sensor Sweep." That segment covers sci-fi merchandise such as toys, books, and other collectibles. The podcast debuted on May 8, 2018, and still continues with at least 30 episodes or more.
It's no secret that people who genuinely believe in Astrology and Zodiac Signs are perceived as a little bit crazy to the outside world. See, I get it. Before really diving deep into the world, I felt that way too.
So, it turns out, the Mandela Effect, is not a real thing. In this article, I will examine the various ways that the Mandela Effect is either A) a massive troll job or B) that it is simply a made up construct intended to garner a few clicks on YouTube. Either way, however, you come down on this discussion—trolling or simple effrontery—you will hopefully come away knowing full well that the charlatans who continue to push this falsity are working from a made up construct.
Science fiction has been a cultural phenomenon for decades now, impacting the landscape of our lives in numerous ways, from our terminology and the way we think to what we wear, what we drive, and where we live. From architecture to color schemes and room layouts to furniture design, there’s little doubt that sci-fi has been shaping the appearance of our living spaces.
If humans are “rational” beings ruled by reason and logic, we are certainly pushed around by our emotions. For example, humans are delusional about being the only planet in this galaxy with life on it. We came up with the idea of evolution, only to have religious people attempt to deny it because they don’t believe in evolution. In the wake of this discovery, humans do not want to face the real truth. Some feel all deities are false gods, but the thing is, faith is comforting to some people.