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Here at Sci-Fi Bloggers, we run a lot of individual pieces on the site, each of them revolving around and focusing on a specific topic. Sometimes, however, we like to crank it up a notch and take a look at a whole lot at once. With that said, we invite you to follow us as we take a look at what’s happening…AROUND THE NET!
Science Fiction Pencil
The giving hasn’t stopped just because Christmas is over! The new year has begun and people are yearning to give just as much as they were when Santa came. And folks, during this beautiful month of January, the Blackwing 1138 pencil might be the gift for you.
Blackwing is a company that makes pencils, notebooks and tools with unique designs and their latest product is the Blackwing 1138. George Melies’ A Trip to the Moon was condensed into a movie barcode and put onto the barrel of the pencil, essentially putting the entire movie itself onto the pencil.
The Blackwing 1138 is in limited supply. Learn more about them here!
Creating the Stargate Portal
The opening of the 1994 film Stargate included a portal sequence which looks very impressive on screen. Joey Shanks gives you an inside look at how that special effect was created.
Epic, right?! Check out the Youtube channel of the guys who made it here!
How Star Wars Made Cinema Awesome
The Star Wars films have had a huge impact not just on audiences but on the film industry itself. Grace Forell details six ways Star Wars has shaped modern cinema such as the use of CGI characters and Dolby stereo in her YouTube video.
Absolutely true. You can take a look their Youtube channel right here.
Commander James Secord is embarking on his final space mission which he believes will go off without a hitch, but sadly he’s mistaken.
Upon landing on the moon with his crew, Secord’s ship is infected with a deadly pathogen and the CEO of Experispace declares them expendable losses. Secord’s final mission than becomes a fight to survive and a quest for revenge.
Lunicidal was written by Pete Martin. You should check it out, right here!
The Munsters in Living Color
Remember The Munsters, that ghoulish family who came along around the same time as the Addams family in the 60s? If you’ve ever wondered what the show would look like in color, you can see the opening credits in full Technicolor in this Youtube clip!
If more people subscribed to their Youtube channel (located here), they might put out more videos! Check ’em out!
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