One of Lee’s first experiences with independent, low budget films. Notable as he’s since met most of the people that have worked on this film. A charming look at Asian American students flirting with their darker natures.
Movies You May Have Missed was a film review podcast produced by Lee Buckley, Juan, and Marie Bagnell starting back in 2009. We focused on reviews of films we enjoyed, but which didn’t get the attention they deserved. Each episode was a spoiler free love letter to a piece of cinema. The podcast ran for three straight years, producing over 150 episodes, and at its peak was downloaded over 3 million times per month.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai has published plans to repeal Net Neutrality and end Title II regulation of the Internet. Now begins TWO more rounds of public comments. We need to keep the pressure on not only the FCC, but also local politicians and other elected officials. You can leave your public comment on the FCC’s proposal by following this link: https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/filin…
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This is our Google Pixel XL After the Buzz!
2016 marked Google’s first proper pairing of flagship phones, with a little option and a big option. Revisiting the Pixel XL, did Google deliver the goods on a “pure” Android phablet?
Samsung Galaxy book is a hybrid Windows 10 tablet. supporting LTE bands on Verizon, and one of the biggest Super AMOLED displays on the market. today I have for you my unboxing and initial impressions of the 12 inch Galaxy book from Verizon. I also demonstrate how Samsung flow work between the Galaxy S8 and the hybrid tablet. I hope you enjoyed my Mini review.
One of Juan’s all time favorite films, and of course to Lee’s chagrin, it’s in black and white. Strap in for a Twilight Zone-like story of tension and paranoia, featuring an incredible cast, from a fantastic director.
In an age where consumers create their own content, the health of a new technology depends on consumers receiving tools which are easy to use and price accessible. 360 degree video has huge potential, but can it weather the transition into a more accessible platform? It’s not the easiest to work with at present. Will 360 video become the next buzz-wordy consumer tech to die like 3D TV?