A Big Year for Sci-fi Fantasy Fans, as New Movies Are on the Horizon


This year is looking to be a good year for fans of epic sci-fi fantasy films, with two highly-anticipated movies set to grace our screens. One is a sequel to the 1984 classic “Dune” and the other is an all-new creation, “Rebel Moon”, by the celebrated director Zack Snyder. While Dune: Part Two continues the story from the first installment, Rebel Moon promises a fresh take on the genre, with a...

Haruki Murakami Wins Princess of Asturias Award for Literature


In an exciting turn of events, celebrated Japanese author Haruki Murakami has been awarded the prestigious Princess of Asturias Award for literature. This highly esteemed accolade, bestowed by the Spanish royal foundation, recognizes outstanding literary works from around the world. Murakami’s remarkable literary contributions have captivated readers worldwide, making him a worthy recipient...

Foundation” Season 2 Trailer: Unveiling the Epic Saga’s Next Chapter


The highly anticipated science fiction series, “Foundation,” based on Isaac Asimov’s acclaimed novels, has captivated audiences with its grand vision and intricate storytelling. As fans eagerly await the second season, Apple TV has unveiled a thrilling trailer that promises to take viewers on a further journey into the expansive and enigmatic universe. Join us as we delve into...

Get Ready to Roar: The Bear Season 2 Trailer is Here


Get ready to have your taste buds tingling and your adrenaline pumping, because The Bear is back for Season 2! The trailer for the highly-anticipated second season brings back all of our favorite elements, such as mouth-watering food (can I have that steak now, pretty please?), intense kitchen drama, and poor Carmy (Jeremy Allen White) going through his usual struggles. Carmy and Sydney (Ayo...

The Enigma of Evaporated People in Japan: Unraveling the Mystery


Japan, a country known for its rich culture, technological advancements, and harmonious society, holds a peculiar phenomenon that has baffled many – the mystery of evaporated people. This enigmatic phenomenon refers to individuals who seemingly vanish without a trace, leaving behind shattered lives and unanswered questions. In this blog post, we delve into the intriguing world of evaporated...

“Drag Me to Dinner”: The New Cooking Competition Show You Can’t Miss


Are you ready for it? Are you a fan of cooking competition shows? How about drag queens and kings? Well, get ready for the ultimate combination of both in the new show “Drag Me to Dinner.” Hosted by comedian Yassir Lester, “Drag Me to Dinner” will feature drag performers competing in culinary challenges to create themed dishes. The show promises to be a fun and...

Babylon 5 Animated Movie


The secret Babylon 5 project is an animated movie from Warner Bros. Animation, featuring every surviving member of the main cast. Series creator J. Michael Straczynski has described it as “the most Babylon 5 feeling project we’ve done since the original series […] not a sidebar story, or an unrelated sequel, or a re-do of anything that came before…it’s new, and it’s absolute, unmitigated...

Apple TV+ Drops New Dystopian Sci-Fi Series ‘Silo’: A Thought-Provoking Look at the Trade-Offs Between Safety and Freedom


Apple TV+ has released a new dystopian sci-fi series called Silo, which takes place in a world where the last 10,000 humans live underground in a massive silo. The show explores themes that are familiar to fans of the young adult dystopia boom of the 2010s, such as resource inequality and societal control. The story is based on Hugh Howey’s novel Wool, and it takes place in a post...

Burning Man 2023: Celebrating the Animal Kingdom with a Cryptozoology-Themed City


I wish I could go and see it in person as I have never been to Burning Man, this year the event will take place in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert between August 27 through September 4. This theme is “ANIMALIA,” and the festival will celebrate both real and imaginary animals and explore the curious mental constructs that allow us to believe that imagined animals are real, real...

Pech Merle Virtual Tour


Pech Merle is a famous prehistoric cave painting site located in France. It was discovered by three teenagers in 1922 and contains paintings of wooly mammoths, other animals, and handprints. It also contains footprints of children which were preserved in what used to be clay. It is one of the few sites of prehistoric cave paintings open to the public, and one can explore it virtually on their...

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