Tweet Swarming Julie Kelly from the Right

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The Hammerjack website ain’t the place where I normally post stuff like this, but due to circumstances beyond my control, it’ll have to do.  So here goes!

My Twitter timeline has been ugly over the last 24 hours—and before you go saying, “Dude, where you been?” let me stipulate that it’s been uglier than usual, making me feel like a kid hiding upstairs in his room while mom and dad have a fight.

It started off when David French from National Review ...

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Trek or Treat!

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Happy Halloween, Hammerheads!  Okay, I probably don’t have near enough fans to actually assign them all a cute nickname–but you’e out there, somewhere, maybe wondering why the hell I haven’t posted in a while.  And even if you’re not wondering, I’m gonna tell ya!  I’ve been–er, busy?  Yeah, that’s the ticket!

Actually, I have been pretty busy lately, doing my contributor gig over at The Resurgent and—don’t keel over from a heart attack when I tell you this–working on ANOTHER ...

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Avengers: Infinity War or Thanos: The Hand of Fate?

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After taking my son to a sold-out showing on Saturday, I can personally attest that Avengers: Infinity War really throws down the gauntlet—both figuratively, and in the case of arch-villain Thanos, quite literally. Armed a metal glove forged from the same stuff as Thor’s hammer, Thanos is on a mission to collect all six Infinity Stones—gems formed at the moment of creation, which embody the elemental powers of the universe. With them, he can wield those powers as his own, ...

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The Pro-Life Heart of Blade Runner 2049

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The big questions of life—how long we have, how memory defines us, what it means to be human—figure prominently in the Blade Runner universe, first introduced to cinemas by Ridley Scott back in 1982.  Working loosely from the trippy Philip K. Dick novel  Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, Scott jettisoned most of Dick’s hippy-dippy drug culture subtext and instead focused on a visual style in which the setting drove the narrative just as much as the characters.  In this fully-realized world, ...

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New Podcast! Star Trek Discovery Ups Its Game

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After posting my not-so-enthusiastic review of the Star Trek Discovery tw-part pilot episode, I wasn’t exactly sure of what to expect out of episode number three.  Would it be as plodding and muddled as the initial offering, or would the writers clean up their act and deliver something better?  Well, I’m very happy to report that after stumbling out of the gate, Discovery seems to have quickly found its footing.  For starters, we actually get to see the titular ship–and we also ...

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Star Trek Discovery: How to Boldly Blow a Pilot

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Star Trek has always had something of a checkered history with pilot episodes.  Back before the classic series run, NBC actually rejected Gene Roddenberry’s original pilot, “The Cage.”  Lore has it that the network suits thought it was too cerebral, but I’m guessing it might have had more to do with the slow, deliberate pacing and the aliens that looked like they had butts with bulging veins planted on their heads.  Still, many of the elements that Star Trek would soon make ...

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