If a person with no understanding of the nomad life walked away from this movie believing the lifestyle was a hellscape, I’d forgive them. There are bad aspects, just as in every human endeavor. But for me, this isn’t some tragic happening…
Heroism paved by Sacrifice – The Darkest Dungeon Review
When adventurers are carted in by the wagon load to stem the tide of an unspeakable malevolence, can it still be called heroism?
No, Force Awakens Doesn’t Deserve an Oscar Nod
It’s like when your Grandpa farts at the dinner table while saying grace. You just let it slide. Grace ain’t a laughing matter. And, I mean, it’s gross, but you love the ol’ guy and he can’t help it.
Not Exactly Common
I wanted to vlog today but the weather happened. From sixty degrees to freezing in a matter of days, we’ve got an official snow day here in North Texas. Well, “inclement weather” day. Snow is uncommon. A thing of myth… Read More ›
Oooh! Shiny! Synchronizers!
I’m continuing along my brave quest into recently discovered indie frontiers. I’m shamelessly following a path blazed by the Immerse or Die report over at Creativity Hacker. That path is littered with the husks of cast off self-pub works which strike… Read More ›
Another 5 Star Review for Crimson Son!
I’m a bit stunned. Check out the latest review over at Fanboy Comics. Tony Caballero says it best: “it shouldn’t work as well as it does”. A quirky story in a niche subgenre that doesn’t get nearly the shelf space… Read More ›
Do Movies Always Need a Script?
Pacific Rim delivered what was promised – giant robots beating the phosphorescent guts out of giant monsters. Was this a good movie? Well, I’d call it Armageddon meets the second half of the Avengers, but minus the genius of Joss… Read More ›
Question for you – what do Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, Minority Report, Paycheck, Next, Screamers, and The Adjustment Bureau all have in common? Anyone? They were all Hollywood movies? Sort of a grab bag. Some were regrettable, others became… Read More ›