About MrsEnginerd

When I started writing under the Mrsenginerd pseudonym I was in the middle of a career shift. My employer had done a reduction in workforce exercise that had left me jobless a month after my 10th anniversary with the company (The Layoff). As a married woman with no kids, there was a lot of free... Continue Reading →

Star (Fox)

It has been a while since I have seen a TV series with such rich character and emotion. Star, named after the maim character, showcases the rise of a girl group in the Atlanta R&B scene. Without pulling any punches, the Lee Daniel's produced and Empire inspired series uses real life situations, adult language and violence... Continue Reading →

Comparative Oncology Research: How Human’s Best Friend is Paving the Way for Cancer Research

Arlene Weintraub takes us on a behind the scenes look of the world of comparative oncology research and the many benefits cancer drug therapies have gained by exploring how delivery systems and side effects manifested and are treated in both humans and canines. Melanoma, lymphoma and osteosarcomas, to name a few, have all been detected... Continue Reading →

The Magnificent Seven (2016)

Inspired by Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai and remade as an homage to the success of the original USA adaptation, the new Magnificent Seven are recruited by a young widow named Emma Cullen to save the town of Rose Creek from being overrun by Bartholomew Bogue, a villainous robber baron that wants to turn the land... Continue Reading →

Ghostbusters (2016)

The new Ghostbusters movie is a reimagining of the original 1984 title that featured Dan Aykroyd (Ray Stantz), Bill Murray (Peter Venkman), Harold Ramis (Dr. Egon Spengler) and Ernie Hudson (Winston Zeddemore). The problem was that instead of men the new cast is composed of women. *Gasp* Backlash aside, people thought that the movie had... Continue Reading →

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