Set during the second Manchu invasion of Korea, War of the Arrows follows Nam Yi, a gifted archer whose sister is kidnapped by Manchurian raiders on the day of her wedding. I loved this movie. The cinematography is beautiful and
A little over a year ago, I wrote about a couple of archery speed shooting techniques and posted some YouTube videos. Since then, I’ve come across a few more videos of archers shooting incredibly fast. These videos debunk decades of
This is one of those times where I post something without saying much about it. The video pretty much illustrates it all. Hilarious and horrifying.
This idea is just too hard to resist. I literally can’t help myself. Tor.com has come up with a list of fantasy characters who they think would comprise a fictional, epic fantasy Avengers team. Naturally, I think they got it
For the amused and curious: watch the original.
I’ve never played many computer games. Not that I don’t enjoy them—quite the opposite. Once I start one, I often become completely absorbed to the detriment of everything else. But I’ve never had enough discretionary income to really justify spending
Here’s a short list of geek stuff that’s admired and loved by loads of geeks worldwide—but I’d rather spend eternity in the belly of the Sarlacc than ever have to deal with in any form. Dr. Who—It looks like it
Today for your viewing pleasure I offer a catchy music video of a hot gaming chick and her nerdy pals singing about roleplaying games. The song is a parody of “Like a G6” by Far East Movement. It’s been recreated
Ing over at Blog Ing just wrote a post about Deadliest Warrior, and it reminded me of another similar show I’ve run into recently. It’s called Weapons That Made Britain, and it’s cool because it mixes historical fact with modern
It seems everyone is talking about Avatar. I’m glad it was so successful. I hope it will continue to convince more studio executives in Hollywood of the box office potential of big budget sci-fi movies. Avatar is being released in