[The Rewatch] Code of Honor
How poorly can something age?
[The Rewatch] The Naked Now
There are plenty of things to be confused by in the galaxy.
[The Rewatch] Encounter at Farpoint
Returning to a beginning we hadn’t fully examined.
The Average Gamer – Cannibal Crossing
The most fun you can have dodging spores and scavenging for meat!
The Average Gamer – Among Us
Vote like you’re going to get shot into space if you don’t!
What Did I Just Watch? – Joker
Warning: the following contains spoilers, most likely. I can’t think of anything specifically, but just bear it in mind in case you haven’t seen Joker. I’ve had some time to digest my feelings about the new movie, Joker. Or have I? That’s the feeling I’m getting, that the Inception level of confusion and brutal lack…
What Did I Just Watch? – Sundance Live Shorts 2014
If you’re a tourist just off a cruise ship, Key West is a bustling little island with minimal parking and a crowded local tavernage that swells with musical energy and swelters with humidity. If you’re a resident, however, the scene isn’t that much different, except that you recognize how small and quaint a community it…
What Did I Just Watch? – Iron Man 3
As cultural cornerstones go, the Marvel pantheon may well have reached the top of the heap. The collective adventures and individual back stories of Captain America, the Hulk, and Iron Man are icons of Americana in and of themselves, but the rebooted franchise is strong because these heroes are human, and their stories engines run…
Review: The Willows Sigh – Jason Vanhee
The tale of love, loss, and immortal determination captures the heart and mind in a swift grasp. The grace of the prose, even in its Western flow, mimics the delicacy of vertical lines of kanji as painted by the hand of an expert calligrapher, itself evocative of the dripping willow boughs that give the story…
Review: Life after Life – Kate Atkinson
I’ve had the pleasure of finishing Kate Atkinson’s Life after Life not two minutes ago. With as many literary journeys as I have taken in my life, I can scarcely say that I’ve experienced one that made me feel so sated and excited all at once. Atkinson’s tale of birth and rebirth, history as seen…