‘The Green Knight’ movie arriveth….
An essential ‘witness statement’ from Sir David Attenborough….
An updated Trailer for Dune 1984 and the recent one for Dune 2020… Suggested themes in the 1960s book?
What are the new science-fiction productions coming soon (2020+) and are they anything new?
This was another vital and engrossing chronicle of early Bitcoin history: Learn about ‘The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin’ film….
List of the best movies on Netflix this Christmas 2019 plus the essentials….
Welcome to November 2019… a dystopian future not quite yet arrived….
The world of The Dark Crystal and mature fantasy reappears in August 2019 thanks to the Age of Netflix. Let’s hope the three suns meet again…
Old Ben Kenobi meets up with Darth Vader again… Just watch…
Being shared across an internet galaxy far, far and wide cometh an exciting teaser trailer for the final (final) Star Wars movie, just as Bitcoin’s decentralised lightsaber will arrive to disrupt many a dark Dow Jones-invested smile…
Check out the trailer for the first mainstream movie featuring cryptocurrency…
A quick appreciation of prison movie classic: ‘The Shawshank Redemption’.
‘Serenity’ reunites the two main actors from ‘Interstellar’ in a new (far out) context but still with strong new themes in its undercurrent.
Watch the ‘digital series’ now online, based on the 2014 game ‘Alien: Isolation’ about Amanda Ripley’s terrible quest to find her mother.
Six stand-out movies on Netflix here in 2019 that are recommended by Ade’s Crypto Press (features trailers and info at Everipedia): Whiplash, Trouble with the Curve, Operation Finale, Unbroken, IO and Trainwreck
What is a great movie about very early crypto? It’s essential to see this one based on Alan Turing’s life, work and legacy…
Back to back, I recently sat down and soaked up three provocative, pretty damn creepy ‘big’ sci-fi movies, in one night. I only just made it to bed…
Scene from Interstellar ref. #kids #gravity #acting
Malick’s resonant ‘Tree of Life’: you just can’t hide from his work, the scenes….film paintings with stories that can be re-watched…in parts…..
So, you might choose to be transported into that unique realm where myth and history combine together. A new film, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, from the director of Sherlock Holmes and fast-paced gangster titles comes out 19th May. What about the real story though, and the history?
Essential viewing: this well-written, birds-eye-view documentary mixed with a strong environmental message and awareness of humanity – from earth’s perspective.