Predator versus the Knights Templar?

This may be my favorite fan film of all time. It imagines that Predators have been visiting the earth for a thousand years, at least, and explores a group of Templar Knights going up against our favorite extraterrestrial huntsman.

The cinematic quality is extremely high, especially for a fan film. The writing is solid, although there are a couple two many call-backs to the original Schwarzenegger movie for my taste.

My only real complaint is that the film paused several …

Review: Go Fork Yourself Podcast

As some already know, I’m a major consumer of podcasts. I get most of my audio news that way. I listen to as many history podcasts as I can, and a few on entrepreneurship and music.

The are surprisingly few good podcasts on food, especially with the potential demise of the Alton Browncast (it hasn’t released a new episode in a number of months).

One of the best food related podcasts is Go Fork Yourself, by Andrew Zimmern of …

Ten Best Movies of 2014

Technically, these are the ten best 2014 movies that I saw. If your favorite isn’t on the list, I probably didn’t see it.

Or maybe I just thought it sucked.

10. Maleficent

With everyone getting on the Rewrite a Fairy Tale bandwagon that Wicked started, this idea seems a bit played. Still, an entertaining, if predictable, movie.

9. The Equalizer

Yes, the pacing is off at times, and the final battle is a bit inane, but the scenes between Denzel …

Does Texas Health Presbyterian Survive?

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, where Thomas Duncan was diagnosed with Ebola, has seen a major decline in revenue. The hospital has reported a 50% drop in ER visits, and a 20% drop in daily patient census.

Couple that with a wave of negative reviews coming in, and even full page apologies may not be enough to survive. Earlier reports called Texas Health Presbyterian a ghost town.

Look, whichever hospital was first to receive an Ebola patient was …