The Brain Mind

By Stephan Pisko The mind clings to duty and attachment a purpose of existing without this the body is shapeless mass. The brain is chemicals’ with electromagnetic neurons working together to form mental thoughts – emotions – feelings from the visual perception before our eyes some of these chemicals’ we do not have a name for but they are continually changing every trillionth of a … Continue reading The Brain Mind

Meet Mike Boryla – Author of the Sci-Fi Dystopian Thriller “Mark of the Beast”

Now Available in Audio Book By Katerina Cozias Mike Boryla, former Philadelphia Eagles pro football quarterback, was pleased this week to announce the audio version release of “Mark of the Beast” a sci-fi dystopian thriller in celebration of Audio Book Month in June. The setting is post WWIII, the East Rim of the Grand Canyon, micro-chipped and on the run, the protagonist and his family … Continue reading Meet Mike Boryla – Author of the Sci-Fi Dystopian Thriller “Mark of the Beast”

2020 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

  Murmur receives Narrative Feature Grand Jury Prize while Higher Love takes Documentary Prize.  Audience Awards given to narrative feature Residue and documentary feature Bastards’ Road Shoot to Marry takes home Best of Breakouts Audience Award Carlota Pereda, director of Piggy, receives AGBO Fellowship, presented by Slamdance alumni Joe and Anthony Russo   The 26th Slamdance Film Festival today announced the winners of their annual … Continue reading 2020 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

Mark Edward Lewis Is The co-creator of OMEGA 1, A Sci-Fi Franchise With A bold Female Lead That’s About To See A Rebirth

  By William Engel The rebirth will be in the form of a comic relaunch and a new live-action series. The series takes place in a dystopian future, where the world is being ravaged by a global “Hacker War” and transmitting data securely is a life-threatening task. At the center of the war is the titular OMEGA 1, a genetically enhanced human hired to keep … Continue reading Mark Edward Lewis Is The co-creator of OMEGA 1, A Sci-Fi Franchise With A bold Female Lead That’s About To See A Rebirth

“Chimera” Winner of the Boston Film Festival 2018 and the Phoenix Film Festival 2018

By Adrienne Vaught The visceral imagery and brain teasing journey of this film will captivated and enthrall from the very first frame. Be ready for a wild ride. “Chimera” was written and directed by Maurice Haeems. This film takes current studies in science and technology into a world of desperation and obsession. Almost everyone can identify with the lead character Dr. Peter Quint’s (brilliant scientist … Continue reading “Chimera” Winner of the Boston Film Festival 2018 and the Phoenix Film Festival 2018

One mother’s vision of Having it All: A review of DIrector David Gaddies film, “Beautiful Dreamer”

By Vernon Nickerson Kudos to Writer and Director David Gaddies for collaborating with Co-Writer Steven Kelleher to produce the powerful, provocative and evocative film adaptation of Ken Liu’s short (but sweet) story,”Memories of My Mother”. In just under 30 minutes, the film Beautiful Dreamer captures the deepest desire of every mother who loves their children– for their children to be happy.  Facing a terminal disease, … Continue reading One mother’s vision of Having it All: A review of DIrector David Gaddies film, “Beautiful Dreamer”

Film Review of Director Guy-Roger Duvert’s film “Virtual Revolution”

By: Vernon Nickerson “Is it possible to force people into freedom? And if it is, should it be done?” This is the question posed by Nash, the anti-hero of Writer/Director Guy-Roger Duvert’s film, “Virtual Revolution”.  Wonderfully complicating matters, the audience is masterfully taken on a sci-fi action adventure in parallel worlds to help viewers make up their own minds about the question. First, Duvert introduces … Continue reading Film Review of Director Guy-Roger Duvert’s film “Virtual Revolution”

SUNDANCE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES $60,000 IN SLOAN SCIENCE IN CINEMA AWARDS

Embrace of the Serpent by Ciro Guerra wins 2016 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize at 2016 Sundance Film Festival Writer/Director Mark Levinson (The Gold Bug Variations) and Co-Writers Darcy Brislin and Dyana Winkler (Bell) Receive Additional Support for Science-Based Projects New Award for Early-Stage TV/Online Series Announced Sundance Institute announced the awards for the most promising new independent films about science and technology, including Embrace of the Serpent directed … Continue reading SUNDANCE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES $60,000 IN SLOAN SCIENCE IN CINEMA AWARDS

An Artist Journey Which Inspired Filmmaker Belinda Sallin To Follow Her Dream

By: Vernon Nickerson Edited By : Colleen Page The new documentary “DARK STAR: H.R. GIGER’S WORLD” about surrealist artist H. R. Giger and “Alien” Oscar-winner; the true architect of nightmares opened theatrically on May 15th. It is the brilliant creation of filmmaker Belinda Sallin. Who so masterfully paints a picture of the world of the influential surrealist painter H. R. Giger (1940-2014) who hypnotized audiences with … Continue reading An Artist Journey Which Inspired Filmmaker Belinda Sallin To Follow Her Dream

Going against the grain With (PFX): An Interview with “Harbinger Down” Filmmakers Alec Gillis And Tom Woodruff Jr.

By: Adrienne Vaught Edited By : Colleen Page Harbinger Down (2015) is the exciting and refreshing Sci-Fi thriller that is set to chill you to your very bones! In this epic tale we find ourselves trapped in an icy world with a terrifying monster. Marooned in the Bearing Sea a group of grad students dredge up the bottom of the sea and a lot more … Continue reading Going against the grain With (PFX): An Interview with “Harbinger Down” Filmmakers Alec Gillis And Tom Woodruff Jr.

The Much Anticipated CGI Free “Harbinger Down” Has Its World Premiere On April 28th at the Egyptian Theater

    By: Cesar Arredondo TERROR IS JUST BENEATH THE SURFACE Actor Lance Henriksen of ‘Alien’-fame is back with another action sci-fi film about space monsters. “Harbinger Down”, which had its world premiere on April 28 at Hollywood’s Egyptian Theatre, tells the story of a group of university grads on a research trip to study orcas and climate change in Alaska. The college students found … Continue reading The Much Anticipated CGI Free “Harbinger Down” Has Its World Premiere On April 28th at the Egyptian Theater

More Than The Sum of its Parts: A Review of “Dark Star: H. R. Giger’s World”

By: Vernon Nickerson The Acclaimed documentary on H.R. Giger,  “DARK STAR: H.R. GIGER’S WORLD”  will open nationally in theaters beginning May 15.  Writer – Director Brenda Sallin’s exquisitely produced documentary of the life and art of surrealist artist H. R. Giger  (1940–2014) is a rich tapestry of black, white and grayscale images created by Giger during, before and after his “discovery” and Oscar win for the Ridley … Continue reading More Than The Sum of its Parts: A Review of “Dark Star: H. R. Giger’s World”

“ALTERGEIST” LAUNCHES “DEMAND MY CITY” CONTEST FOR HORROR SCI-FI FILM’S THEATRICAL PREMIERE

Are You Afraid? That’s What They Like.   LOS ANGELES, CA (May 14, 2014) ALTERGEIST will hold a premiere screening in a U.S. city chosen by online voters who “Demand My City.”  Tedi Sarafian, writer of Terminator 3:  Rise of the Machines and Tank Girl makes his feature directorial debut with the horror/sci-fi thriller ALTERGEIST.  Sarafian, cast members and the producers will attend the premiere screening in the … Continue reading “ALTERGEIST” LAUNCHES “DEMAND MY CITY” CONTEST FOR HORROR SCI-FI FILM’S THEATRICAL PREMIERE