Category Archives: Dystopia

Rollerball

Leave it to corporations to water down dystopian murder-ball. Continue reading

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BS at the VS: Death Race

Just gonna hop in my kill car for the old death race, down at the slaughter track. You know, the one in the genocide stadium. To the death! Continue reading

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Altered Carbon

You can’t just have your characters announce how they feel. That makes me feel angry! Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

You may not think you need to read over 5,000 words about this book, but you do. Probably. Maybe. Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

I know Harry’s angst wears a bit thin, but imagine if someone wrote down YOUR internal monologue at 15. Yeah. Continue reading

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Iconoclasts

All that and I never mentioned the half-naked philosophical cowboy-general. Continue reading

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Dishonored 2

Ignore everything the game tells you and just stab everyone in the head, you’ll have more fun. Continue reading

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A Clockwork Orange

Ya dang kids stop setting my lawn on fire! Continue reading

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The Visitor

Novel * Sheri S. Tepper * Fantasy Post-Post-Apocalypse * 2002 Synopsis I enjoy stories which take place after a hard reset of humanity. The immediate aftermath of an apocalyptic disaster are always going to be the more visceral experiences – … Continue reading

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

No, seriously, fuck Nazis. Continue reading

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