Monthly Archives: March 2016

Adventure Time: Season Three

So much crazy, beautiful nonsense. Continue reading

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The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower

Where we finally reach the end of a long, strange, road of brutal heartbreak. Continue reading

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The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah

And the tower is ever closer…. Continue reading

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The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla

Novel * Stephen King* The Rose Is In Grave Danger * 2003 Synopsis While the writing process of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower has always been… erratic, there is a clear line of demarcation between the first four volumes and … Continue reading

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Blade Runner

It’s like the Maltese Falcon with robots. Not really, though. Continue reading

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Neuromancer

An impressionist novel about our inevitable corporate future. Continue reading

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V for Vendetta the Motion Picture

Like the book, but not. Continue reading

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The Trial

Novel * Franz Kafka * Bureaucratic Dread * 1925 (unfinished) Synopsis Well that was weird. This probably shouldn’t come as any surprise, it’s Kafka, weird is what he does. Of course, summing up the work of this peculiar genius in … Continue reading

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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

Film * Jonathan Mostow * Robot Apocalypse * 2003 Synopsis It is now my sad duty to report on the downward spiral of one of my favorite stories in cinema. I watched this again with an eye towards why this … Continue reading

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V for Vendetta

Graphic Novel * Alan Moore; David Lloyd * British Dystopia * 1988 Synopsis It is strange being a child of the ‘80’s. Having been born in the last year of the 1970’s, I have no tangible memories of the early … Continue reading

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