There's copious blood, teeth and ooze, and more than a few lingering questions to address." intros we sometimes get on television.We go right back to the moment David (a returning Michael Fassbender) first wakes up in the minimalist offices of Peter Weyland (Guy Pearce, without the heaps of makeup this time). Once all the atmosphere-building's out of the way and the latest ship full of explorers lands on the ironically-named planet, Paradise, things go wrong with breathtaking speed.In essence, it's the story of humans - led by the resourceful Daniels (Katherine Waterstone) - versus the crazed synthetic scientist David (Michael Fassbender, with his accents) and an army of ghoulish monsters.Social media redefined friendship, You Tube redefined learning and now dating apps are redefining, well, dating. Nothing is more annoying than always being optimistic … See, that's why you should be asking these questions.
No longer a sheltered farmboy, Caenum is caught in the crossfire of the rebellion he ignited. He is ready to run from his family, and his best friend Dreya, and the home he has known, just to have a chance at a choice.You’re hooked on Elder Scrolls and Metal Gear but now you’ve discovered an even bigger obsession: the new girl who just moved in down the hall. Geeks of all ages will find answers to the ultimate questions of life, the universe, and everything romantic, from First Contact to The Fellowship of the Ring and beyond.Full of whimsical 8-bit illustrations, The Geek’s Guide to Dating will teach fanboys everywhere to love long and prosper. Details about that are over at Brilliance Audio and on Audible.Why go outside and meet people when you can just swipe left or right on a screen from the comfort of your bed?It's all just so easy, especially when you're desperate for a warm body come Valentine's day. Once upon a time, people actually met in real life to date.