We are a share-everything generation. Once we experience something we have to immediately tell the world, via social media or the internet. Because of this, avoiding spoilers is almost impossible (unless you live in a bomb shelter with no outside contact). Staying in the loop with the media almost guarantees you will never experience any surprises, twists or anything cool. Building anticipation and putting lots of time into movies, TV shows, video games, and books really allows you to get the most out of that particular story. SPOILER-ALERT: I’m about to explain why spoilers suck.
Requested by popular demand (and due to the many photos I have in store for this segment) here is another edition of a my Bizarre Photo Diary, encompassing strange moments that I happen to capture. Today's photos have an animal theme.
The series finale of The Office aired last night (very appropriate ending) and now all I can think about are all of the funniest moments that happened throughout the series. A lot of these moments occur during the intros of the episodes. So in honor of the ending of The Office, I put together five of my favorite intros. I think you'll enjoy this (That's what she said).
Freedom of speech is a very important issue in this country. The invention of the internet made the right to speak your mind a cultural phenomenon. Social media, smartphones, and blogs allow anyone to say basically anything they want. You can complain, criticize, and be opinionated about whatever you want. But to be frank, the majority of what people have to say is either insane, inappropriate or just irrelevant.
On this episode: Kyle is joined by Eric Seery and Cassie Cota to talk about Iron Man 3, the newest and highly anticipated Marvel movie.
On this episode: Kyle is joined by Mark Dillman to discuss and give insightful opinions about one of the biggest gaming releases of the year, BioShock Infinite.
We all know that when a movie is over the closing credits roll and that's our cue to get up and leave (unless it's a Marvel movie of course). They typically consist of a black screen with white type rolling from the bottom to the top with music playing throughout. But what about the movie's opening credits? These can be entirely more creative and can truly set the tone for the entire movie. Some films take advantage of this tactic and utilize the opening credits to create something truly amazing.
On this episode: Kyle is joined by Alex Zarnoski from Ajazz Tech to tell their worst movie theater experiences and what irritates them while watching movies.
Runtime: 54 minutes
Producer / Editor / Host: Kyle Cicilioni
This is a new segment I'm starting. It is basically a handful of pictures containing strange things that I have come across. Sometimes it is something staged or setup, but most of the time it will be something completely strange and random. Let your eyes feast on these weird pictures found and thrown together by yours truly.
In celebration of our newest episode of R.A.N.T. where we discuss Indie games, we decided to give away a copy of Limbo via Steam!
All you need to do to enter is: listen to the newest episode of R.A.N.T. (R.A.N.T. 7: Indie Games) where I mention the special code. Then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and put the special code (which i mention during the episode) in the subject line. The last day to enter the contest is March 29, 2013. A winner will be picked at random and I will send you the Steam code for the copy of Limbo. Good luck!
R.A.N.T. is a blog fueled by intense enthusiasm for notable subjects in the world. Our writers ramble about these topics based on pure opinion, which is better than your opinion, I might add. There is no topic, idea, thought, philosophy, or belief that our team will not tackle.
Rambling About Notable Topics is also in podcast form! Check the blog regularly for audio episodes hosted by Kyle Cicilioni where he and his guests will engage in debates, arguments, and and silly quarrels about a different topic each episode.