I've been eager to see Carla MacKinnon's artsy sleep paralysis documentary short for a long time. The eight minute film just won "Best Documentary" Prize at Cineglobe International Film Festival in Geneva and is now available to see for free. The … [Read more...] about Watch the New Sleep Paralysis Documentary “Devil in the Room”
There's a great new podcast by the Guardian's Science Weekly just published on the topic of sleep paralysis. In the studio are sleep paralysis researcher Christopher French and filmmaker Carla MacKinnon discussing the science and cultural history of … [Read more...] about Science and Art Blend Together in New Sleep Paralysis Podcast
I'm compelled to share this video by biologists Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown, founders of ASAP science.. it's just a fun review of what we know, and what we don't, about the science of dreams. Plus it explains the results of recent research … [Read more...] about Could Science Ever Hack Our Dreams?
Inception came out over the weekend and I was not disappointed. The movie felt like a dizzy sci-fi lucid dream and I stumbled out of the theater afterward like I has just crawled out of a hall of mirrors. Don't worry, there's no big spoilers in this … [Read more...] about Inception: A Lucid Dreamer’s Review
I’m usually not so wrapped up in the release of summer blockbuster movies, but I have to admit I’m enthused for Inception, Chris Nolan’s latest film starring Leonardo DiCaprio. And I want to share my joy for being interviewed by Empire Magazine on … [Read more...] about Inception and Mutual Lucid Dreaming
I've been following the movie Inception, due out in theaters this summer. The movie, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, involves a pseudo-government dream research team who can access people's dreams, and perhaps construct their reality too a la the Matrix. … [Read more...] about Inception: Dream Researchers Expose Project Somnacin