Sustain the Future

Sustain the Future

Fighting against social apathy, through film
You know, if everyone liked the same stuff, the world would be so unbearably boring. Most people are so divided nowadays that even if they agree on the symptoms, they'll argue intensely over the disease.

Now Our Watch Begins

Winter isn't coming... it's already here. Here's our weekly take on the final season of "Game of Thrones"
*SPOILERS AHEAD* It's only been 595 days (or 14,280 hours if you're counting) since we last visited Westeros, but who's counting?

Sometimes Dead is Better

Pet Sematary Digs Up Some New Terrors
Everyone knows horror legend and icon Stephen King can craft a tale so chilling it lingers in the collective consciousness with the staying power of urban legend. But those who write him off as nothing but a master of schlock are missing out on his equally expert grasp of character and normalcy.

May the Source Be with You

April edition
We're a quarter of the way through the year already?! That doesn't seem right.

Hands Across America

Jordan Peele's "Us" is a Social Nightmare
If there is an "us," that means there's also a "them." No matter how close we are to our "us," whether it's our family, our friends or our country, there is always an "other" into which we can place our blame, fear and hate.

Panic at the Disco

"Climax" offers free anxiety with ticket price
How uncomfortable do you like being? Like, on a scale that starts with your exes becoming lovers, to a slow-motion car accident where everyone is making eye contact with you?

Marvel's Top Gun

Popcorn movie of the year, with extra corn
If you're anything like me and grew up loving cinema, movie night was the best night of the week. You'd go to the dinky little pre-IMAX theater with sticky floors and weird smells, get your buttery snacks, and for the next two hours you'd be transported to another world.

May the Source Be with You

March Edition
I dunno. I've realized (pretty quickly) since I moved to Bend in the fall of 1999 that I'm an indoor kid.

AcaDummy Awards

The Oscars miss the point
The Oscars were weird this year. I mean, they're always baffling for at least a few minutes, but this year seemed especially frontloaded with the strangeness.

Welcome to the Machine

Alita prays audiences want a sequel
This has to stop. "Alita: Battle Angel" is the second theatrical film I've seen this year that does something that a decade ago would have been unthinkable.

May the Source Be With You

February edition
Ahhh, February. The month in which folks in relationships remind me how blissfully happy they are on Instagram, while my mom reminds me that there's still someone special out there for me by once again being the only one to send me a Valentine.


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  • Re: Panic at the Disco

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