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Reading Outside Your Comfort Zone

Happy Manic Monday! I hope you had a wonderful Independence Day weekend. I attempted to rest, watch movies, and even make my own Captain America shield from cardboard and acrylic paint do a dress cosplay of the character for the 4th.  491 more words


True Detective Season 2 Episode 3: Recap CONTAINS SPOILERS

Last weeks episode of True Detective ended with uncertainty and horror. There is plenty of doubt after the latest episode, but fortunately (or unfortunately for those that crave suspense) no horror in the form of a main character getting potentially murdered. 1,156 more words


Fates Worse Than Death: Shadow of Chinatown and Big Trouble in Little China

“China is here, Mister Burton.” –Uncle Chu (Chao Li Chi), Big Trouble in Little China

Like most fans of John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China… 3,559 more words


My Love of Cinematic Music and James Horner

From a very young age, as long as I can remember, I’ve always loved movies. I loved being transported to another world and experiencing the plight, drama, tension, horror and exultation of the characters that I saw onscreen. 964 more words


Long time no write

It’s winter, the time of year when I just want to hibernate. I dislike the cold, the dark, the damp.

The only event worthy of mention is the big flood. 409 more words



Ever since Despicable Me hit the cinemas back in 2010, Minions have been everywhere. And whether you find them annoying or endearing, you won’t get rid of them so easily. 466 more words


Jon Snow's death mirrors Julius Caesar's assassination

Julius Caesar was the dictator of the Roman Empire; and Jon Snow was Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch – both leaders in their time (and worlds – real and not); they seem to have encountered a similar fate. 208 more words