Posts with the tag The Matrix.

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Fringe: The Human Kind

Posted by: Andrew Burns  //  December 13, 2012 @ 12:30am

A fist fight that defies the laws of physics, electrical implants at the base of the spine, and now a sweet older black lady with the ability to see into the future (who people just happen to call the Oracle).

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Fringe: Five-Twenty-Ten

Posted by: Andrew Burns  //  November 30, 2012 @ 12:16am

Fringe is again taking another page out of the Wachowski's Matrix playbook as Peter goes further down the rabbit hole.

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Fringe: Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There

Posted by: Andrew Burns  //  November 15, 2012 @ 1:25am

Like many viewers that saw last week's Fringe episode I was curious what was to come of Peter after he put Observer tech in his body.

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Fringe: Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

Posted by: Andrew Burns  //  April 17, 2011 @ 4:54pm

What is a cartoon dream within a dream? A Saturday morning version of Inception perhaps? Fringe gets animated for part of their episode as the Bishops take a page out of Christopher Nolan's book and try some shared dreaming with Bel-livia in "Lysergic Acid Diethylamide".

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Smallville: Collateral

Posted by: Andrew Burns  //  February 5, 2011 @ 1:10am

Clark and the rest of the gang resurface after being mysteriously knocked out at Carter's (aka Hawkman) funeral only find themselves trapped in a Wachowski film. It becomes a race against time to swallow the red pill, escape their virtual prisons and return to the real world.

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Interview: Musician Rob Zombie, director of the new horror film House of 1000 Corpses

Posted by: Mark McLeod  //  April 1, 2003 @ 2:17am

Rob Zombie is without a doubt one of the biggest names in rock music. His band White Zombie dominated the rock charts in the early 1990s with their hits like "More Human Than Human" and "Thunderkiss 65", winning all sorts of MTV Award hardware.

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