Movies, mostly about Aliens

Salutations to you all. I am back again.

This weekend I watched a few different movies, so I suppose I’ll talk about them a bit.

First off I watched Arrival. That was actually a really decent film, and the fact that I might have been spoiled on one of the plot points awhile ago didn’t even register in my mind while I watched. It’s about alien ships landing all over the world, and us humans trying to communicate with them. I do enjoy first contact stories, and I think this did a better job than most illustrating how “Alien” aliens really would be.

Next was Spiderman Homecoming. This movie was great. It didn’t try to restart from the beginning with how he got his powers or anything, it just kinda threw you into the middle of it. A high school Peter Parker as well this time. I enjoy this more than I thought, and I had a great time as it is probably one of the funnier Marvel movies to have come out. That and the villain was understandable, and not just out to do bad things because he’s the bad guy. Good movie, give it a watch.

Then I watch My Stepmother is an Alien. Um, I don’t even know what to say about this. It is totally a product of the 80’s, and it was nice to see the actors they had in the film. Even Seth Green makes a short appearance, and boy is he tiny. All in all I found it amusing, and a good movie to watch if you really want to see the strange things we were making back in the 80’s, and some actors we don’t see much of anymore.

Oh boy, then I watched My Favorite Martian. This movie was simply awful. I wanted to like it, as I watched the original television show when I was younger, but it wasn’t very good. However a cameo of the original actor who played the Martian did make an appearance, and that was enjoyable, but it didn’t make up for the bad story. It started out alright, but then quickly went downhill. I can’t tell if it was simply bad writing, or if Christopher Lloyd playing the martian was a poor choice. Again interesting actors are seen in this movie, but it felt as if this movie was quickly slapped together to bring in some money from whatever was happening at that point in time. But what that is escapes me as this came out in 99. I’d give this a miss, and watch something else.

Aliens apparently was the theme of my movie watching this week, save Spiderman, and I’m glad I watched them. Well, I’m glad I watched all of them save My Favorite Martian. I didn’t even plan for a theme this weekend, though I usually do. Mostly by actor, but I think a looking at these as a serious movie, a quirky movie, and something trying to be funny and missing the mark is how I would describe them. And Spiderman was simply just fun. The only thing it was missing was Jonah Jameson, and there’s only one actor who can play him, J. K. Simmons. I hope they bring him back, he was excellent.

With that I leave you to have a wonderful week. I’ll see you next time.

 

 

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 109% of first draft complete.

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An older anime, and a newer parody

Hello to you. I’m back again.

So what have I been up to? Well this weekend I went back and watched a couple of things. Now I had in the past watched an anime called Magic Knights of Rayearth, the tv series. It was okay for what it was back in the day, but I didn’t get into it. I really only watched perhaps five episodes or so, and decided to move on to other things. However this weekend I watched the OVA. It is three episodes long, and each one is around 45 minutes long. So it took nearly three hours to watch. I did so with another who was a fan of the OVA from when they were younger, and was the reason years ago we watched, or attempted to watch the original series. It turns out the OVA is significantly different from the show, and is much darker and better animated. Perhaps because it was made after the original series had aired. Now I enjoyed the first episode the best out of the three, but all were good. However my opinion of it may be tainted by the amusing words that my fellow anime fan and I used to make simple scenes funnier. An example would be, there was a guy, a mage? standing on top of what looked to be Tokyo Tower, and we made up a little story for him. We thought it would be funny if he was stuck up there for years and couldn’t figure out how to get down, and was waiting on someone to help him. That of course wasn’t the case, but it was amusing to think of the logistics of a person standing there in the cold wind for years, with no bathroom or food.

And that leads me into the second thing I watched. Now I say I watched, but the anime fan accompanied me for the majority of the viewing. There is an abridged series, made by some of the same people who do the DBZ abridged series. Team Four Star is fairly well-known for making the Dragon Ball Z parody, and I of course watch that from time to time, and await further episodes. But the one that I decided to watch in full again was their Hellsing Abridged series. Ah, there is nothing better than a all powerful character who is just there to have fun. They’ve changed categorically what Alucard was from the original show into something completely different. An amusing jerk, who is just there to have a good time, instead of a vampire that just does as he’s told. Even if you haven’t watched the original show you should go watch this. They do a fantastic job of editing, and it gets even better as they’ve grown more skilled over the years. Mind you there are a couple of episodes without Alucard, and those are the least enjoyable, but when he returns it’s with a vengeance. All in all I say give this a watch, especially if you think DBZ abridged is good.

Other than that I did some writing, and we are well on our way to finishing the first draft. It was another productive day, and I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, though we have gone way past where I thought we’d be with the word count at this point. However that will make it easier to edit and cut things when we get to it without diminishing the length of the book.

Until next time, I wish you a fantastic week.

 

 

 

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 108% of first draft complete.

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Lots of Progress

Hello dear readers. I have returned again, and news do I bring.

 

This week has been a good one for writing. Almost five-thousand words were written in just a couple of days, or two sessions, and the story is progressing well. I had gone ahead from where the co-author wanted a scene, and they left notes for me about that. However I think I’ll let them handle that part, as I was interested in telling another, future, part of the story. I made great headway with that today, and I outdid my usual output simply because I enjoy the character I’m writing here, and have a bit of a preference to them in the mythos of the world. Going through what the co-author contributed last I was able to a bit of flourishes where they needed it, and of course re-reading the last several thousand words helps me get in the mood to write the next scenes. So all in all a productive session for me and them.

Nothing much else to say here, save I’ve watched more of the show Orville, and find it very much in-line with a Star Trek style of story telling. Yes there are moments of 3rd wall breaking, or at least language that wouldn’t be used in a usual episode of Star Trek, but for the most part it stands as a decent continuation of that style of universe. I’ve yet to watch Discovery so I can’t speak to it, but again I’ve only caught snippets of the show and it looks to be more in line of with a JJ Abrams kind of show. More violence and action than usual to the universe, which might be good, but I haven’t given it a chance to charm me yet.

As it is I’m happy with most things. Progress is being made, and surely, hopefully?, we are only a few more sessions like this away from completing this book’s first draft.

I’ll be back next week at the latest. I hope you all have an enjoyable week.

 

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 106% of first draft complete.

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Relics of War

Greetings friends, I’ve made it back again.

Another day of writing was completed, and we grow closer to the conclusion of the first draft. We’re actually making quite a bit of progress, even if there were a few weeks of me simply returning to the beginning and reading through what we already had. We’re finally right at one of the final two big scenes, so I hope to see this draft done within the next couple of months, that is if nothing else comes up. Which of course something will, but I’m hopeful.

As to what else? I returned to my roots, at least in a sense. I read a book by an author that was one of the first I branched out to after I had gotten into reading. Lawrence Watt-Evans. He’s written some interesting things in the past, and this book was set in one of those universes. The only change I see in his writing after all these decades was that he seems to have begun streamlining everything, and it’s all in simple easy to read sentences. Yes it helps if you’ve read other books in this series, but it isn’t necessary. There are little inside hints that might make you smile as he reminds you the world is still there and growing, but if you haven’t read anything else in the series you won’t be missing out on the story. By no means is he bad at writing, and I’ll likely go back and read more, but it didn’t give me the feeling like his other books had. No huge world shaking sense of dread like the Black Dagger, or the Unwilling Warlord. But Relics of War was an easy read, and enjoyable. If you’ve liked other books by this author you won’t be hugely disappointed. But like I said, this author has done better work before, and I look forward to seeing him come back to that.

So I’ll leave you with that. Have a great week, I’ll see you next time.

 

 

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 102% of first draft complete.

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Bicentennial Man

Hello all. I return.

If you know me you will already understand that my favorite movie is Groundhog Day. I watch it every year without fail at least once. Of course I make it a habit to do so on the holiday, but occasionally I’ll watch it near Christmas, as for some reason I feel it fits that season as well. However I shall not be talking about this movie, but instead I’ll be adding another movie to my favorites list.

Bicentennial Man is an amazing film. I have seen it before. In fact I watched it years ago when it had first come to theaters in 1999. It’s based on a story by Isaac Asimov, though it takes some liberties with the story. Only until a few years ago I held off on reading it, perhaps only because I had other things I wanted to read, and I had enjoyed the movie so much that I thought it would change my opinion. Now that I have had the chance to check out both, I can say that I think perhaps the movie is better, but only slightly. The book focuses more on the world, which is great, but I think the movie does a better job because it instead looks at how everyone interacts as the focal point.

Now why did I mention Groundhog Day? Well I think I may have found another movie that I’ll be watching on a yearly basis. I have seen Bicentennial Man several times before, and each time I gain something from the viewing. Much like I do when I watch the film that I have so memorized that any sequence of words that line up to the script will set me off into a scene. Robin Williams is such a fine lead in this I can’t imagine who else they could have gotten to be so dead-pan and yet hilarious as he tries to understand what it means to be human. His acceptance of his world in the beginning, to his frustration when he goes so far to be a part of us at the end. Who else could portray that?

The similarities between these movies might only be that the lead actors are comedians first, or at least first known as such. However I think both tell a story about becoming human, or at least accepting themselves or being accepted. They both have a laid back feel, and nothing is overly exciting or explosive. Almost slice of life in nature, though there are moments that are stressful. However they don’t rely on the trope of over the top situations that most movies these days tend to lean upon to make up for perhaps scripts that aren’t reliant on dialogue. But that isn’t the case here. Each word is placed in such a way that it draws you into the world of our protagonist. Allowing you to feel their struggles.

I recommend you go out and find Bicentennial Man. Watch it when you just want to relax, and enjoy the 200 years that this machine desiring humanity lives.

With that I leave you. I have written more, as has the co-author, and more editing was done. So until next week, TTFN.

 

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 101% of first draft complete.

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More Trek, and an update

Hello all. I return.

Nothing too important to convey today. Rather I’ll continue to talk about my latest interaction with Star Trek Continues.

I watched the final few episodes that were produced, and I can say they still feel mostly like the original series. The writers of such episodes did a respectable job of recreating the feeling of the show, as did the set designers and camera operators. The colors were correctly calibrated to capture the feeling of the older episodes, save for a few spots where they didn’t feel completely correct. There is one character, the councilor they’ve added, that doesn’t seem quite right. I’m not sure what it is, but it might just be the facial expression’s she uses. But it isn’t so bad that it takes me out of the show, but it always gives me pause when she’s on camera. Other than that I find this completion of the original’s five year mission to be a good continuation, and I look forward to the announced two part conclusion to the series.

As for the book I’m working on completing I’ve fallen into re-reading/editing. I’m not completely stuck on where we’ve come to, I just wish the co-author to have a look at what was written, and have them add on to where we’ve left off before I add too much. We’ve talked about where we’re going, and they seem to have a firmer grasp on how to continue. That being said going through the beginning of the book has been interesting. There isn’t too much to complain about, but I have found a few spots that needed a bit more words to convey the story, and have done so. A few tweaks here and there have made it more enjoyable, at least for me. When we finally go back through it all together I think we’ll find much less to change. I tend to do this when I get near the end of the first draft as I find it makes a book feel more cohesive, but this may just be what I do. I grow every time I write, and as I write if I fail to return to the beginning as I write the style of writing tends to change from one end to the other. So I’m just smoothing things out before we wind up completing this tale.

Other than that I’m not sure there is much more to say. I’d like to get back to doing the podcast, which I’ve only made an episode or so. I’m unsure the nature of the show would take at this point, and would like to have another on it to complement what I have to say, or at least have someone to talk with. Having only one person doing a show can be good, but it can also be boring. Having someone to explain things too helps as well, so we’ll see if I can find another, and if I can find the time to make more.

That all being said, I shall be off now. I hope you have a good week, and I’ll see you next time.

 

 

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 99% of first draft complete.

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The State of Star Trek

Hello friends and readers. I have come again.

So what should I talk about today? Well for one based on the percentage below it may appear as though I did no work on the book. That would be a mistake as this previous week was all about straightening a few things up in the first draft. So while it may appear as if the percentage hasn’t grown, truly it was that it shrank, and was built up again to that point.

Now onto something that I just discovered while looking into the latest Star Trek series that CBS has recently released. First of all I haven’t watched any of it, merely listened to a few people who review such things. I can’t say whether it’s good or not, merely that it doesn’t sound like Star Trek to me. It seems more inline with the recent Abrams movies. Which certainly entertaining, I wouldn’t call truly Star Trek. Of course that could be said about the majority of any of the Star Trek movies.

Now I have watched a few episodes of The Orville, and I think it aligns more with what Star Trek was doing, though there certainly are things wrong with it. The tone/humor for one. Star Trek can be funny, but not the rude type of humor that is displayed in this Macfarlane parody. I can say I liked it for the most part, but I think it will easily wear out itself with the style of humor that it is going for.

This all being said I discovered something on YouTube that up until this point has escaped my radar. It is something called Star Trek Continues. This is a fan produced production of Star Trek that continues where the original series left off. And surprise surprise they have an amazing cast, and guest stars you might find hard to believe. They even get certain people back from the original series, and many other celebrities to join in on the fun. The recasting of the original people is for the most part competent, though I have certain reservations about a few of them. That all being said it is shot perfectly to match what was made previously in TOS, and while I’ve only watched three episodes I am excited to see where else they take us. If you are a fan of TOS then I highly recommend giving this a look. It’s the best we’ll ever get until we can digitally clone the original cast with high enough fidelity that we can’t tell the difference.

Until next time, I’ll be watching Star Trek, by whatever means we make in this day and age.

 

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 99% of first draft complete.

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Working Nights

 

Hello all. I’ve returned. Another week older, and hopefully wiser, but who’s to say?

Anyway there isn’t much to talk about. As usual I’ve completed my assigned writing for the week, which isn’t much really. We grow the book each time we write, and we are still a ways away from completion. Again the percentage that I put at the end of each post is related to the word count goal that was set for the book. We are certainly going to go beyond that as there are many things that need to be written. That is a good thing really, as there will be things edited, and likely cut to make the story flow better. My previous books went through the same thing, though perhaps they needed pruned a bit more. This one will likely be getting more attention for that reason, but we aren’t there yet.

The previous week was filled with less sleep, and more things that needed to be dealt with in the day. I’m not one who sees the sun often, and it left me exhausted most of the week. Luckily I was able to eventually get some rest, though it was spotty even over the weekend. It’s hard to maintain contact when everyone else in the world, or at least the majority, are asleep when I’m awake, and awake when I’m asleep.

When I first began this night-time journey I felt isolated and alone most nights, but I think I’ve gotten mostly used to it. I’m still a little sad that the people I used to be able to talk with are no longer something that I can look forward to most weeks, but this is just my life now. I still have a few who I either see or message every now and again, and for them I’m thankful. Of course it’s partly my fault that I don’t contact more friends, but I feel like I might either wake them, or seem unresponsive if I don’t reply immediately, so I mostly don’t. I’m either too tired when I see a message, or I have nothing to add. So to any of you who try to contact me throughout the day, I’m sorry. Also I generally don’t get messages at night, as there is no signal where I am most times.

So what do I do with my life, you might ask. Mostly I read, write, or watch movies/television programs. I don’t play many games, so that isn’t taking up much of my time. Perhaps I should focus more on writing when I’m free, but again, I’m tired. The only day I feel rested has been Monday’s, as I can get to bed early, and wake up relatively early to put in the time before work. This is why this blog only really gets updated then. As it is I’m a little behind today, so I’m probably going to stop here.

I hope you all have a great week, and I’ll see you here next time.

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 99% of first draft complete.

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Things I’ve Watched

Greetings and salutations. Once more I’ve returned, and of course I’ve written more.

First off let me say that Made in Abyss is way way darker than it first appears. Once you get in a few episodes you realize that it isn’t going to be this happy-go-lucky children’s adventure, though it has all the appearances of being one. With its cute character design and Ghibli-esque art style for the backgrounds you’d think you’re in for a happy little romp. You’d be very wrong. Death is everywhere, and they don’t shy away from showing you. Tragedy at every turn isn’t an uncommon thing, and when you learn a bit more about the female protagonist you realize that things are much much worse than they let on at the beginning. I’d say give it a watch, but don’t let your children view it unless you want them to be scarred.

Now while I’ve let Dragon Ball Super fall into the background, not that it’s terrible, I just got bored, I’ve gotten back into watching My Hero Academia. This show is tons of fun, and I think I like all the characters. They put a lot of effort into going into each person’s motivation, and even their personalities. Certain ones we are still waiting on a bit more development, but I’m sure it’ll happen soon enough. That all being said, Froppy is my favorite. Frog girl for the win.

The latest season of Bojack Horseman was just as funny as previous seasons, and just like usual it took things to dark places. I found myself crying every other episode. To me this means they are doing it right. While the setting is ridiculous, as are the characters, it still invests you in all of their personal journeys, and gives you things to worry about and think on with each tragic reveal.

As to the book, well it still grows. I did my writing, and we are pushing ahead to the end. Again the percentage at the end of this post isn’t exact, but it’s still showing how the first draft is growing.

Until next time, have a great week.

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 98% of first draft complete.

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Getting really close to the end

 

Hello. I’m here again, and the book grows quickly.

So we are almost to our word count I wanted for this book. We’ll likely go beyond it before too much longer as there is quite a bit more to add to this tale. So my percentage that I add to these posts will likely be irrelevant to what I mean when I say how close we are to the end of the first draft. That being said editing will whittle away at the number of words used when we get to it, so it’s a good thing to over shoot.

The co-author was very busy this past week, so that’s why we have so much more this time. I was able to go through what they wrote today, and was even able to add on my usual thousand words. Good stuff in here, we just need to get to a couple more big events, well maybe three, and we are golden.

My previous week of work had its difficulties, and I’m not just talking about walking as much as I do. Emotional events and all happened, more so than usual, and that kept me from being able to focus for a few days. Unfortunately I have a hard time processing certain things, but I think I’m doing better today. We’ll see when I get back to work. If you have empathy you’ll understand where I’m coming from.

Other than that I’ve been keeping up with this season’s anime, and most of it is decent. Nothing is really standing out as a masterpiece, but I’m getting my entertainment. Though I will say Made in Abyss is certainly something. Other shows aren’t pushing the boundaries anymore. 18if, though not as good as the first few episodes, is still doing alright. This last episode looked as though a different art team worked on it, and I can’t say I was a huge fan, though it was fine. It’s still one of the shows I look forward to week to week.

Oh, I should mention something. I watched Journey Quest. It was on YouTube several years ago, but it’s now all on Amazon Prime Video. At least three seasons. I watched it with friends this Saturday, and I think it’s great. Might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but if you like DnD you’ll have a good time.

Anyway I’ve got to go and do things. I wish you all well, and I’ll be back next week with an update. Have a good week.

What I’ve published

Walk On

Walk On Cover

click here for a link to the book

Outsider Trilogy

Outsiders-Book-Cover-RGB-web-safeClick here for a link to the book

Poetry

poems_front2

Link to my author page on Amazon – hhttp://www.amazon.com/Steven-Oaks/e/B00MEGSEZ6

Link to the Deathship book in the CreateSpace store – https://www.createspace.com/5023771

Or you can help me out on Patreon. Again, thank you. https://www.patreon.com/StevenOaks

Update: 97% of first draft complete.

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