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  1. And forgot that I pulled up this article a few years back: http://web.archive.org/web/20000226041437/http://www.nsnews.com/issues99/w060799/lang.html After his fishing days, he was a grip on Sayle's 8 Men Out, and seems like from there that's how he got into acting...
  2. Been a long while since I've logged in and longer since I last posted! Resurrecting an old thread after finally seeing the always amazing John Sayles in his 1991 film City of Hope. Stephen J. Lang showed up as a cop here as well, and apparently uncredited! Of course he's been in other Sayles films, as the previously mentioned Limbo, he also was in the highly recommended Lone Star. Digging City of Hope as well, a good inner city drama touching on a lot of social issues.
  3. I just watched the first three-four episodes The beginning of it had me a little worried, the show's protagonist comes off a bit like Jessie Eisenberg portraying Mark Zukerberg in an FBI suit and it is much more of a set-up to establish this 1970's landscape, luckily things pick up in Ep2 and had me hooked 'til the wee hours of the morning. Definitely recommended!
  4. An interesting piece from NPR about "prion disease" that was identified in Papua New Guinea, and something similar, chronic wasting disease, is present among wild elk and deer, question raised if it could be spread to humans that eat infected animals? ...of course we all remember how prions came into play with the Marburg virus in MM http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/09/06/482952588/when-people-ate-people-a-strange-disease-emerged?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20160906
  5. I'm a little surprised at the lack of discussion (I should be one to talk...as I am not a regular and this is probably the first time I've visited the forum in a year or so) but second ep was written and directed by James Wong, the third was wr/dr by Darin Morgan, and this week's ep was done by Glen Morgan, who is also serving as co-executive producer for these new episodes. Really enjoying it from start...and I imagine to finish, shame there's not more than 6 eps, but word about the upcoming "season finale" makes it sound like the window is open to more episodes next year...
  6. I read the headline the cannibal restaurant but didn't read the article...wonder if they had a secret recipe?
  7. This got posted on a Facebook archaeology page, new article in Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakillgrove/2015/05/20/ancient-mesoamerican-recipe-for-cooking-human-flesh-stuns-archaeologists/?utm_content=buffer1bfce&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer At the site of Tlatelcomila near Mexico City, a fairly early site dating to the Late Formative 700-500 BC before a lot of the great civilizations of Mexico as the Classic Mayans, Teotihuacan, Aztecs... human remains were excavated that have evidence of being butchered and cooked. Something that I have not really seen done much is that bones are not just analyzed for seeing how they were butchered but also looking a the cooking techniques used as well as what seasoning might have been used with chemical analysis. Don't think it was in a skillet with potatoes and onions Here's the academic article published in the latest journal issue of Archeometry: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/arcm.12178/abstract?campaign=wolearlyview
  8. I'm glad an old friend/acquaintance sci-fi geek and film music composer raved about Orphan Black on facebook, so I checked it out! Quite happy with the show, really pulls you in from the get-go (another MM parallel is the clone thing done with Force Majeure and The Innocents/Exegesis...with clones committing suicide), Tatiana Maslany is such a great young talent, Orphan Black hopefully will propel her to greater things in her future career with the amazing work she's doing portraying all the different clones. That said...didn't really like the season 2 finale reveal and the direction season 3 is taking
  9. :( that's so very sad. Horrible things are done, family's keep secrets to the point even the parents, who have issues of their own (undocumented, poor, unmarried?, abusive relationship, contested custody?), did not know what happened and kept the disappearance a secret due to fear of deportation.
  10. I'm a little shocked no one has mentioned the series for a couple of years now! The series finale was brilliant. Kudos to Vince Gilligan for the concept, to his great writing staff and the actors that were perfect for the roles, it really garnered deserved success and popularity, it was the most talked about thing this past Sunday night (right next the the White House shutdown currently happening), I think there weren't many that didn't love or like the final episode, Gilligan did the whole 5 seasons on his own terms, no premature cancelling, no prolonged extra seasons from the network. I'll put up spoiler tags in case someone reading hasn't watched these last episodes yet... How many others fell in love with this show as much as I did? I'm so glad that here on Mexico's AXN channel Breaking Bad was the mid-season replacement for Lost...otherwise it would've taken me a while to get word about the series. From the first episode I had to go WTF? returned to watch it a couple weeks later and quickly I was hooked. And it never let me down. Here's to hoping that we get another series that manages to get everything gelling so well together soon, and finds critical acclaim and popularity. Gives me hope that tv can come up with decent stuff after all...
  11. Finally getting to watch the show from the beginning! Gotta say that if I had watched this from the 1st ep I would've been hooked immediately... Good job Bryan Fuller!
  12. hmmm? http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/news/david-lynch-twin-peaks-revival-ray-wise/
  13. Sadly the Cybermen episode was a tad on the disappointing side for me (not bad, but didn't quite get the Gaiman brilliance like he brought into The Doctor's Wife, though I have a feeling it could've been due to editing down the episode to fit into an hour?) but The Name of the Doctor took us right to the front door of the 50th Anniversary where we should be. The first and last minute of this season finale are really going to make most long time fans squeeeeeee!
  14. An old friend made mention on facebook of a Netflix original series called Hemlock Grove, that it's trying to be Twin Peaks-ish, maybe unsuccessfully, but has a great musical score. So I just signed up for a free trial and am checkin it. Well, not so sure about the Twin Peaks influence, it's there, but I almost get more X-Files vibe out of it and the post-Twilight teenage-supernatural thing going that's gotten so trendy, though is more interesting and weird than most such shows. In fact, check out the trailer...notice the ouroboros? Also as I'm just into the second episode, one of the female characters is seeing visions of an angel, hmmmmm. Not sure what to make of the show yet, but worth a look if you have Netflix... here's the trailer:
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