The House of the Devil

Film Review: The House of the Devil (2009)

If you are a fan of 1970s/1980s slow burn horror, low on gore, high on psychological suspense, this indie might be a retro genre flick that delivers a solid, funky nostalgia booster shot. The opening delivers perfect graininess consistent with the period as it was shot (almost) entirely on 16mm film stock.

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Quirky Motels: Vol 1

What if I ventured to quirky motels across America to photograph and document my experiences? HONY meets the scenic routes of the largely unknown and oft missed gems that some call home away from home.

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Mars InSight Landing – Let’s Watch!

InSight, short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport is designed to study Mars’ crust, mantle, and core. Scheduled to land Monday, 26 Nov, noon Pacific.

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Behold! Our Earth!

This is us, and this is the only home we’ve ever known. https://youtu.be/nod7rUzIX8w

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Netflix’s Mindhunter Series is Pure Mind Candy

Mindhunter is — better yet, let me tell you what Mindhunter is not. This Netflix Original Series is not a police procedural. It’s also not a whodunnit crime mystery. Show creator Joe Penhall and executive producers David Fincher and Charlize Theron have created a binge-worthy series exploring the evolution of the freshly minted FBI Behavioral Science Unit. Set in the late 1970s, the show carefully showcases how protagonists Holden Ford and Bill Tench carve out a new path for modern […]

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Kepler Says Goodnight

On November 15, 2018, NASA sent the so-called ‘goodnight’ commands to the Kepler telescope. These final instructions were sent to end communications between Earth and the craft which ran out of fuel on October 30, 2018. The Kepler telescope has brought over 2,600 planets to light since she was launched on March 6, 2009. Her contribution to science and mapping of our galactic neighborhood cannot be understated. In a statement that sounds almost more science fiction than science fact, NASA […]

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