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World Entertainment: Hong Kong

Okay so I actually had a difficult time deciding what my follow up World Entertainment entry would be. I wanted to do something on two of my other favorite directors Tsui Hark, and Stephen Chow but decided to settle on Hong Kong action films. To be more specific, the Kung Fu flick. My earliest memories of the Kung Fu genre was watching kung fu theatre with my older brother in the late 70’s - early 80’s. Not only was it something we could agree to watch together it was and is one of my fonde

newbloodmoon

newbloodmoon in Entertainment

TTRPG’s: Nerdy satan worshiping since 1974

In this blog entry I will be talking about tabletop role playing games or TTRPG’s for short. I will begin with the origin story and then branch out and highlight a variety of other ttrpg*s that grew from the roots of Dungeons and Dragons. So lets start with the old man yelling at clouds OG rpg, D&D. Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game originally designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. The game was first published in 1974 by Tactical Studies Rules, Inc. It has

newbloodmoon

newbloodmoon in Entertainment

World Entertainment: Japan

Happy new year to all the UM lurkers, posters, administrators, and curious spectator. With the new year I will be adding a new blog series based on world entertainment. In each episode I will pick a region of the world and discuss topics such as literature, movies, television shows, music, comics etc.      Each episode will be titled World Entertainment followed by the country or region of the world. For instance todays topic will involve Japanese entertainment. So to kick off this series I

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newbloodmoon in Entertainment