You have to give Mark Millar a lot of credit. Not only does he possess a fertile imagination, but produces works that are ripe for cinematic adaptation. A cynic could tell you Millar does this by design, but I believe he’s just in tune with the current zeitgeist. As a result, just about everything he … Continue reading REVIEW: Kingsman: The Secret Service ?
The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Ex Machina.' 'Home' completes the top three. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and anonymous VPN services.
A Senate vote for the USA Freedom Act, which has passed the House, would be a major victory for NSA defector Edward Snowden, who still lives in Moscow under the protection of the Russian secret services.
Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) continues to be baffled by the surreal pace of life in Wayward Pines, but he’s no longer completely clueless. That said, he’s still fully capable of putting disastrous events in motion, which he does in episode two: “Do Not Discuss Your Life Before.” Spoilers follow! Read more...
The White House says it is "pleased with the early response" to President Obama's new Twitter account, which has crushed a record and received plenty of adoring messages. But it's the hateful, racist posts that are getting attention, including from the Secret Service. The New York Times reports users have...
Republican Dan Bongino, the former Secret Service agent who came within two percentage points of knocking off heavily favored Rep. John Delaney (D) in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District race last year, has moved to Florida.Read full article >>
Which law firm called THE SECRET SERVICE to file a damn noise complaint?
Doug Hughes was not exactly coy about his plan to fly a contraption known as a gyrocopter onto the West Lawn of the Capitol in broad daylight last month. He told a major newspaper, which said it had in turn alerted the Secret Service, which had already interviewed him back in 2013.
After leaks to the news media, awkward correspondence and a parliamentary investigation, Berlin and Washington are at loggerheads over secret service activities, and not for the first time.
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa--"Hillary! Hillary!" they yelled at the distant figure, from across the parking lot and across the street, at the edge of the Secret Service's protective zone. She waved. Then, lo and behold, she started walking over, across the street, trailed by a phalanx of aides and cops and agents. "Thank you for standing […]
Considering that she goes from one campaign stop to another, separated from the press by her Secret Service and campaign staff, while talking only to pre-arranged Iowans… Yeah, she’s secretive.
In On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Lazenby manages to humanize James Bond and make him a character worth empathizing with. Aside from a few incidences of violence towards women and racism, I found a lot to like about the film and Lazenby's Bond.
THE HILL: DHS chief: Drones ‘an issue’ for security in 2016 race. “Johnson made the comments in response to a question from NBC’s Chuck Todd, who asked him whether the Secret Service was ‘panicked’ about the proliferation of drones. Todd said he wondered how it would effect security at outdoor campaign events in 2016.”
Wayward Pines starts with a close-up of its hero, Secret Service agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon), turned upside-down, bruised and bleeding from mysterious injuries, on the floor of a forest he doesn't remember entering. It's the perfect image to kick off a series steeped in dream logic, set in a... More »
In an interview, Mark Hamill, Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons discussed Hamill's death scene in "The Secret Service" comic book series and how that came to be.
“Wayward Pines”--In Fox’s tale of a spooky town nestled in a spookier forest, Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) is a Secret Service agent heading toward Wayward Pines, Idaho in search of two missing colleagues, one of whom happens to be his former partner, Kate (Carla Gugion), with whom he had an affair.
The Secret Service turned him over to Park Police, who cited him and issued him a court date. Since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the airspace over Washington and nearby communities has been severely restricted.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he is concerned about drones threatening 2016 presidential candidates, The Hill reports. Said Johnson: “It is definitely an issue. This is something that U.S. NORTHCOM, me, Secret Service, Capitol Police, Metro police here in [...]
Authorities have identified the man who flew a small drone over the park in front of the White House.U.S. Park Police gave details Friday, saying that U.S. Secret Service officials detained Ryan MacDonald, 39, of Vacaville, Calif., after he flew a drone over Lafayette Square on Thursday afternoon.Read full article >>