Lapsis is the perfect type of science fiction, which draws unmistakable parallels to our current society and nudges it ever so slightly beyond where we are now but cautiously predicts where we could go if trends continue.
At least once a year or so, a long-lost movie will be unearthed, restored and released to the masses. Obscure titles like Miami Connection and Roar have been re-released and have garnered new cult fanbases, while certain movies of legend — like
The assassination of former heir apparent to the role of Supreme Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-nam is probably the only time in the history of the world where the legal defense can be summaraized as, “It was just a prank, bro.”
The crime odyssey of Glen Summerford in the fall of 1991 is one of those “stranger than fiction” cases that accordingly has risen to the esteem of modern-day folklore in the Appalachians, where it had occurred.