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Monthly Archives: September 2013
The movie Fargo occurred at a point where two careers (or possibly three) intersected at just the right point to pique interest in unorthodox tales. In 1996, any movie that featured William H. Macy was definitely worth checking out.
By staff | Posted on September 26th, 2013
The crime drama The Wire starring British actors Dominic West (Burton & Taylor) and Idris Elba (Luther) was set and filmed in Baltimore, MD from 2002 to 2008. These guys aren’t the only British arrival to “Charm City” ...
Did you get a peek at the new trailer for Thor: The Dark World when it aired this week during the premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.
Warning: MASSIVE spoilers inside.
If you’re anywhere near Oregon over the next month, and you’re one of the growing army of fans of any of the various interpretations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories – who collectively should go by ...
By Paul Hechinger | Posted on September 26th, 2013
If you saw the movie Rush in one of the “select cities” it opened in last weekend, or if you’re going to see it when it enters wide release this weekend, you’ll likely want to know more about the true life rivalry of Formula 1 ...
When we meet the Ninth Doctor, he is a man of mystery. We don’t know about the war between the Daleks and the Time Lords, when the regeneration between the Eighth Doctor and the Ninth happened, or whether there was another, extra ...
The 1990s began with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher announcing her resignation; in 1994 The Channel Tunnel opened, a great engineering feat, connecting Great Britain and France; throughout the ’90s, London was booming with ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on September 25th, 2013
New York state’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and AT&T challenged developers to “change the way 8.5 million people commute every day” by creating “the transit app of the future” with their contest App Quest.