Kubo and the Two Sides

By R3 I recently watched and thoroughly enjoyed the film Kubo and the Two Strings and all it’s visual glory. Like any LAIKA film, it’s a mind explosion of both story and motion-capture art, but keeping with the LAIKA tradition of making you reflect as you walk away from the movie. Kubo and the Two…

The Inventor’s Song

           By G.P. Avants I wanted to share with you a musical piece that accompanies our new and up-and-coming book series, Chronolocity. We have create a musical sound track called, Chronolocity the Clock Opera. It is adding another layer to the book and its characters. The Inventor’s Song, in out story,…

Hooray for the Underdog!

  By G.P. Avants, Rudy Rodriguez and R.P. Avants   This is our 100th blog entry at God Among Geeks! Before we rush into this issue, we wanted to choose a special theme that really talked about what we are about. We chose four characters whose life really typify the meaning of a hero. They…

The Whimsical and often Witty Wisdom of Willy Wonka

                      By G.P. Avants, Rudy Rodriguiz, and Ron Avants   I don’t know if I have mentioned this in a blog before, but I love Willy Wonka in all his wonkiness. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was a great book and the movie is on…

Rock on, old school! 

G.P. Avants   “Uhura, are you and Scotty ready to broadcast!?”   What would a movie experience without mentioning the musical journey woven throughout? Star Trek Beyond doesn’t disappoint. Right from the start the score from Michael Giacchino, yanked us on an orchestral tractor beam and took us into warp. When I went the second time to…

Play that Funky Soundtrack, R2.

https://m.youtube.com/watch By G.P. Avants  Shrek reminds us all that onions and ogres both have layers. Teaching video in high school we often discuss that a great film has layers as well. One of the unspoken or should I say unsung parts of a film is the music soundtrack. How many films and TV shows were…