All posts by Jeff McGinnis

In Pursuit of Low-Budget Thrills

A woman hides from a bounty hunter. Ruthless and aided by three threatening drones, the hunter methodically chases her through a futuristic, industrial building where danger seems to lurk around every corner. This is the premise of James Aponte’s thrilling short film Pursuit, but the story goes deeper than that. “‘Pursuit is a sci-fi action/thriller

16 Years of Humbug—Paul Causman in Toledo Rep’s Carol

When the Toledo Rep’s production of A Christmas Carol takes to the stage at the Valentine Theatre on November 30, it will mark the 16th year that veteran actor Paul Causman will portray Ebenezer Scrooge. Well, actually the 17th year. But Causman himself doesn’t count the first one. It was back in 1987 when Causman–then

The Uncertainty of the Human Condition

In 1927, German physicist Werner Heisenberg introduced his most famous theory, the Uncertainty Principle. The basic idea is that it is impossible to measure multiple properties of an object— position and movement, for example— simultaneously.