Shockwave – Disturbia (Blu-ray)

Shockwave is a sci-fi horror film directed by Richard Jewell.It is the second film in the Shockwave trilogy, following the 2014 film Disturbium.The film was released on November 13, 2017.This trailer shows some of the set pieces.The trailer also shows a teaser trailer.The teaser trailer for the film was shown on November 19, 2017 at the SXSW Film Festival.

How to watch Vantage Point: A History of the First Century

Vantage point, the film series that chronicles the rise of the Roman Empire from the Roman era, was originally broadcast by PBS.But PBS was forced to pull the series in 2015, citing budget cuts.In 2017, PBS aired the first season of VantagePoint: The First Century in full, but its episodes have been re-edited for Vantagepoint, and the series has been pulled from PBS platforms. The VantagePoints...

How to spot a scam artist

The best advice you can give when spotting a scam artists fraud is to keep a record of your conversations.A record of the conversation will show you if the person you spoke to was a fraudster.If you are unsure whether you were contacted by a scammer, you can call the company and they can help you identify a scamster.Be sure to ask questions and to verify whether the person in the company has the...

When the Browns and Lions signed Brett Favre, a preview of their upcoming film about him was released

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Calvin Johnson said he's been a fan of the Lions film on former Packers coach Mike McCarthy, "The Process," and said he was "surprised" to see it.Johnson said he watched the film on Wednesday with his wife and their two children, who are about 10 and 9.He said they were "blown away" by the film."I've been a Packers fan my whole life, but I've never seen a film like...

The Bitcoin Movie Alley is finally available to purchase via BitPay

Film Alley is now available for purchase through BitPay.The Bitcoin movie alley has been the site of a long and tumultuous saga, where a handful of users and Bitcoin users have been locked in a battle to see who would be the first to be able to pay for movies on BitPay, and it's been a long, difficult process.It seems that BitPay has finally reached an agreement with BitPay to allow users to buy...

Why do people say “no” to science? | Science, Entertainment & Style

"I know a lot of people don't like it, but we're all in this together.The world is changing.We're all at different stages of evolution.I just can't see that people won't find something to love in this world."A look back at the most memorable moments from Fox News Channel's "Special Report" series.A peek at what's coming up for Fox News on Sept. 30.Here's how we got here: This article originally...

‘Moonlight’ director says he’s ‘very grateful’ for ‘unfettered’ freedom

Film critic and blogger J. Michael Straczynski recently posted a post on his blog about how he feels about the "unfetterable freedom" he enjoys when it comes to making movies, and he shared his own experience making films.Straczies post included a quote from his mentor, film producer and director David Cronenberg:"I'm not sure I ever had a sense of what my life would look like without the freedom...

Why do we need to have a green lantern film?

The film industry, like most industries, has its problems.But there are a few things that make it an industry that has always had to fight against the effects of climate change.The first is the technology.When we look at a movie, we can expect a green screen to appear and disappear.We can expect that every frame of that film will be filmed on green screen.It's a pretty basic way of making a film,...

What I learnt from a ‘cult’ film: A film critic’s perspective

A cult film can be an incredibly divisive film, but it's worth looking at some of the other films in the cult genre that I've made in the past decade.This is an article that will focus on some of those films, some of them I've actually made myself.What did I learn?It's important to understand that there are different types of cult films, each one has its own agenda, and it's important not to be...

Five questions for James Joyce

Two weeks ago, the UK's cultural affairs minister, Jo Johnson, spoke at a ceremony to unveil a £15m fund for Joyce's literary legacy, in a bid to ensure he continues to receive his due recognition and funding for his work.Joyce was a "great British poet", she said, adding: "And he's not just any poet, he's a true national treasure."He's written some of the most important books of the 20th...