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JURASSIC WORLD brings the franchise back from EXTINCTION!

JURASSIC WORLD brings the franchise back from EXTINCTION! by David Glenn The Story: It’s been years since the initial disaster of Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar. Now, thanks to Simon Masrani, the park has finally come under control and is a popular attraction for families all over the world. While the brothers Zach and Gray Mitchell have come to Jurassic ...

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Legendarium Media Partners with BoomWriter Media to produce the next generation of User Generated Content

Source: http://boomwritermedia.newswire.com/press-release/legendarium-media-partners-with-boomwriter-media-to-produce-the PRESS RELEASE – JUN 9, 2015 09:21 EDT MILTON, MA, June 9, 2015 (Newswire) – Today, BoomWriter Media Inc., an education and online publishing company, announced a partnership with Legendarium Media, LLC. Legendarium Media will utilize BoomWriter Media’s collaborative writing site, Skrawl.com for generating original content for numerous stories they intend to publish. “We are very excited to partner with ...

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Review – Halo: Nightfall

Halo: Nightfall is the latest production from 343 Industries following ONI Commander Jameson Locke and UNSC Colonel Randall Aiken on a mission to destroy the source of new element that’s been turned into a biological weapon against humans. 343 Industries’ previous film, Forward Unto Dawn, was a wonderful and near-perfect introduction to the Halo universe, but Nightfall ultimately fails to ...

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What I Found 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

What I Found 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Andrew Gilbertson Note: The title above is completely inaccurate, of course- designed to grab attention and identify the subject of the blog, but also perpetuating an unfortunate myth. As I recently read in another author’s blog, 20,000 leagues beneath the surface of the sea would go straight through the Earth and ...

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Peter Jackson’s Hobbit: The Utter Ineptness of ‘The Desolation of Smaug’?

(Warning: The Hobbit; The Desolation of Smaug is mercilessly and comprehensively discussed below; major plot spoilers abound.) Peter Jackson’s Hobbit: The Utter Ineptness of ‘The Desolation of Smaug’? by Andrew Gilbertson Oh, Desolation of Smaug… what went wrong? As of the time of this writing, it looks as if the Battle of Five Armies will be the only Jackson/Tolkien film ...

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“Elements of the Heart”: An Interview with Author, Bernadette Barnes

“Elements of the Heart”: An Interview with Author, Bernadette Barnes by Robyn Stone-Kraft Bernadette Barnes is a poet, a photographer, a nature lover, and a free spirit. Her first book of poetry, ‘Elements of the Heart,’ is a reflection of the wistfulness of one who longs for the freedom of nature, while trapped in the fast paced world we humans ...

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The Emperor & His Rose Garden: An Interview with Poet, Robyn Stone-Kraft

From Oloris Publishing: An Interview With Poet, Robyn Stone-Kraft by Julie S. Dobbins Robyn Stone-Kraft is a natural educator as well as poet. Catching up with this busy woman to elicit her thoughts on poetry was enjoyable and enlightening. Here are her candid responses to a few questions on her favorite subject. ~Julie S. Dobbins When did you fall in ...

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Another Look at the “Narnia Chronological” Debate

(Fair warning: While this blog discusses the concept of spoilers for the Chronicles of Narnia, it also contains them in a major and overt way. I would never want to ruin such a fantastic set of books for someone who hasn’t read them; indeed, the entire thrust of the article is precisely that. So if you haven’t read the Chronicles- ...

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Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2015 Recap

If you’ve never been to Star Wars Celebration before, let me be the first to tell you that you absolutely must go at least once in your life. For Star Wars fans, it’s like a giant family reunion no matter how you look at it! By the end of preview night, it already felt like that for me. Some people ...

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When Movie Adaptations Miss the Point: Narnia Edition

When Movie Adaptation Miss the Point: Narnia Edition by Andrew Gilbertson Oh, Narnia. Narnia, Narnia, Narnia. Whatever is it with you and adaptations? There was that animated one where the Witch explodes into black smoke (but at least they did some cool stuff with that ‘fire and water’ bit). Then there was that BBC one with the terrible, terrible costumes, ...

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