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The Tale Of A Magnificent Mustache

There is no tradition in English literature quite as popular as the mystery. There are mysteries of every type—suspense, historical, true crime, noir, private eye, supernatural etc. My mother is even a fan of a series of mysteries that somehow ...



Of the winners and losers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor has always been towards the bottom. His has a very specific character challenge. It’s easy for Iron Man or Captain America to exist in the more realistic world Marvel has created ... more

Nov 8, 2017 12:07 PM Reviews

For many, the scariest movie monster of all is the serial killer. Not the supernatural kind like Jason or Michael Myers, the slashers that carve up teenagers at summer camps over the weekend before slinking back into the darkness until their next ... more

Nov 1, 2017 1:03 PM Reviews

This seems like the year for Stephen King adaptations. It has broken all sorts of box office records, going down as one of the most successful horror films in history, and though some may quibble with a few adaptation choices, the film got the ... more

Oct 25, 2017 1:19 PM Reviews

Very little current sci-fi is hopeful. As a species, we seem to be convinced that the world will continually get warmer, dirtier, and more violent. Current generations believe that their lives will be harder than their parents and grandparents ... more

Oct 18, 2017 12:29 PM Reviews

There are a wealth of stories to be found in the public domain. Storytelling after the advent of copyright laws and arguably the perpetual ownership of properties can do more harm than good when taken through the long view of human culture. more

Oct 11, 2017 11:59 AM Reviews

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