Stories by Peter Hummers
There are examples of prescient movies about the future which Nostradamus might envy. Fahrenheit 451 and The Anderson Tapes.
If you’ve ever tried to read Shakespeare, you know how painful it can be.
Drunk History and (Catherine) The Great. History, through a glass, funnily
As we look back on the dog’s lunch that was 2020, let’s look further back to that which is evergreen and entertaining: old movies, where life was literally black and white.
Streaming TV: I’m sure the writers of both Last of the Summer Wine & Waiting for God were fans of Samuel Beckett.
What to stream on TV: We long to create life as a god does—through cloning, and—if we’re not careful—artificial intelligence. Orphan Black & Humans.
What to stream on TV: Robert Pastorelli was an outstanding actor, playing a level of intelligence that can’t be simulated.
What to stream on TV: [James Bond] reached for the slim, expensive-looking attaché case on the floor beside him and took out The Mask of Dimitrios by Eric Ambler.
What to Stream on TV: '80's sci-fi miniseries "V" and Spielberg's "Falling Skies"
What to stream on TV: Yukkin' pioneers Ernie Kovacs and Soupy Sales