Scenes from Italian hospitals and videos of pleas from overwhelmed Spanish doctors would have us unquestioningly believing the narrative of a highly viral and vicious illness ripping through the world, but do the facts really reflect this and do the experts really think this?
In the periphery of our vision children are coming to be seen and consequently accepted as sexual beings. Our environment is being slowly altered to facilitate that change and what older generations find offensive, the younger generations will have grown up surrounded by and take for granted.
Judging by the frequency of stings by Ireland and Britain’s “paedophile hunters” it seems the issue of child grooming online is an epidemic, or at the very least much worse than most of us have thought. Who are these vile pieces of garbage and what are their motivations?
13 half-hour episodes telling the story of a gamer stuck in a go-nowhere job who mistakenly is recruited from the future to save mankind. Many genuine and quirky laughs to be had, a few hits of nostalgia for the 40s, 60s, 80s, and 90s, as well as homages to our favourite sci-fi hits.
A review and information on “Unquiet Graves”, a documentary by Seán A. Murray, which I attended the screening of today in Galway. The production involved an Irish and English crew and tells the story of collusion between the British military, police, and MI6 with Loyalist paramilitaries, with a particular focus on “The Glennane Gang” responsible for the slaughter of 120 innocent Irish Catholics in the 1970s.
Right out the gate observation: this one-season-wonder was mistaken by people to be the fictional in-story TV series it lampooned. Although it received great reviews from both critics and viewers, who actually gave it time, the Fox show could have caught a lot more eyeballs if it sold itself for what it actually is – a dark comedy.