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A grandson remembers his grandmother with this five-minute documentary

A grandson remembers his grandmother with this five-minute documentary

At just 19, Imagination Connoisseur Lucas James has already proven himself capable of telling a compelling story through documentary filmmaking. This project, a profile of his recently-passed grandmother, was shot with a cell phone and “unintentionally” caught his grandmother’s beautiful soul. Thanks for sharing, Lucas.

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Who would you call if you’ve got a zombie problem?

Who would you call if you’ve got a zombie problem?

The Imagination Connoisseur who goes by the name, Clownself, has an interesting prediction for Bruce Campbell’s expected cameo appearance in the upcoming film, DR. STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS. And we’ve shared the supporting evidence to back up their theory.

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Mr. Robot may be one of the best TV shows of this generation.

Mr. Robot may be one of the best TV shows of this generation.

Imagination Connoisseur, Anish, writes in to express his admiration for the stories, characters, and production craftsmanship invested into every episode of ‘Mr. Robot.’ In his review, he says it may very well be the best show on television and it’s hard to disagree.

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Does suffering make the heart grow fonder?

Does suffering make the heart grow fonder?

Imagination Connoisseur, Craig Stratton, asks if Star Wars fans are starting to view the prequel trilogy in a better light now that they’ve seen the sequel trilogy. Might we finally forgive George Lucas for Jar Jar Binks? No. Probably not. But thanks for asking.

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In need of a Star Trexpert-level answer to a question …

In need of a Star Trexpert-level answer to a question …

This one will expand your mind. The Imagination Connoisseur known as Enterprise-H asks writer-producer-director (and Star Trek expert) Robert Meyer Burnett for some clarification on the actual size and make-up of the United Federation of Planets. “Big enough” probably isn’t an adequate answer. Just sayin’.

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Some comedies are funny, even when they’re not.

Some comedies are funny, even when they’re not.

Imagination Connoisseur, Omar94, writes in to say he often enjoys comedies even if he doesn’t find them very funny. Is it a matter of age, perspective, culture, or the times in which we live? His list might surprise you.

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All aboard ATTACK ON TITAN!

All aboard ATTACK ON TITAN!

PGS Member, Video Hunter D, says this amazing anime series is going to have a hard time covering all the source material and may have to rely on a theatrical release to tie up some loose ends. Are you in?

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How should a director handle a flop?

How should a director handle a flop?

Not every movie a director makes is going to be a hit. But you learn a lot about a director by seeing how he or she handles the negative effects a box office failure has on their career. But someone has to take responsibility, don’t they?

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Reinforcements have arrived!

Reinforcements have arrived!

Imagination Connoisseur, Stéphane Soucy from Montréal, is answering the call to arms for all 1:6 action figures to rally in their war with the 1:12 scale figures. The photos Stéphane sent show everyone’s favorite aqua-monster at work.

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Getting serious about comedy.

Getting serious about comedy.

Imagination Connoisseurs are always hungry for new stories – but sometimes a new “twist” on an old story will do just fine. But is there really a new way to look at shows like “Gilligan’s Island” and other classic sitcoms from generations ago, or is it time to move along to something new?

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Is the Star Wars franchise in a time-loop?

Is the Star Wars franchise in a time-loop?

Joe from Montreal writes into the Post-Geek Singularity to express his concern over his observations that when Lucasfilm producers hit a creative “dead end” they rely on The Mandalorian character to solve the problem and keep their fans happy. How long can they keep doing that?

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Thoughts on BRONSON.

Thoughts on BRONSON.

Imagination Connoisseur, Tommy Mårtensson, shares his thoughts on BRONSON, the 2008 film about Britain’s most violent criminal, played by Tom Hardy. It’s a disturbingly good film and available on physical media.

New podcasts added for PGS streams

New podcasts added for PGS streams

New podcasts of PGS livestreams from this past weekend were posted online today with even more episodes scheduled to go live tomorrow. You can subscribe to PGS podcasts on your favorite podcast platform or directly from the PGS website.

Remembering Fred Ward and enjoying a little SOUTHERN COMFORT.

Remembering Fred Ward and enjoying a little SOUTHERN COMFORT.

Walter Hill’s SOUTHERN COMFORT, released in 1981, is in the same vein as John Boorman’s DELIVERANCE (a 70s classic) and stars Fred Ward, Keith Carradine and Powers Boothe. Imagination Connoisseur, Tommy Mårtensson, shares his thoughts on the film.

PGS Transmissions for May 12, 2022

PGS Transmissions for May 12, 2022

Scouring the far reaches of the Internet and Post-Geek Singularity to bring you news about your favorite sci-fi, horror, fantasy and genre entertainment, this is today’s DAILY TRANSMISSION.

Happy Twilight Zone Day!

Happy Twilight Zone Day!

Celebrate National TWILIGHT ZONE Day today by checking out our gallery of shots from the classic series that aired from 1959 – 1964. The show, created by Rod Serling, broke a lot of ground for those that followed including classics like Star Trek and Kolchak: The Night Stalker.

PGS Transmissions for May 11, 2022

PGS Transmissions for May 11, 2022

We take a look at the original version of The Twilight Zone (it IS Twilight Zone Day, after all) and we catch up on the latest buzz inside the PGS. Plus genre entertainment, pop culture, and weird science news from throughout the known galaxy with today’s TRANSMISSION.

The color of terror.

The color of terror.

Imagination Connoisseur, Tommy Mårtensson, shares his thoughts on the 2019 horror film, COLOR OUT OF SPACE, directed by Richard Stanley. During a time when there are so many remakes and reboots, it’s nice to see something uniquely horrifying hit the theaters.

PGS Transmissions for May 10, 2022

PGS Transmissions for May 10, 2022

Should mankind mine the moon? There’s a much more serious debate going on about this than you might realize. Also, are movies making a comeback – Dr. Strange might have been just what the doctor ordered. Plus genre entertainment, pop culture, and weird science news from throughout the Post-Geek Singularity with today’s TRANSMISSION.

Is there no hope for Star Wars?

Is there no hope for Star Wars?

Imagination Connoisseur Tommy Mårtensson thinks it may be time to leave Star Wars behind. Has a steady stream of disappointing sequels and series convinced Tommy to move on?

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