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BOOK REVIEW — Elaine, by Ben Arzate (2020)

The story begins as we find a pair of mutilated corpses. A young man and woman have been left behind in a grisly murder scene. It’s effective as it takes place deep in the woods, the sense of danger and isolation is effectively established. We

REVIEW: Warner shits the bed with BATMAN: HUSH (2019)

I stopped collecting comic books around 1996 or 1997. The hobby was no longer interesting; it became too expensive to buy new issues because speculators were driving the prices up, and the incessant need to throw all of the hyper-kinetic and overdrawn X-Men styled art

REVIEW: Meathook Massacre VI: Bloodline (2020)

For the past thirty years, a series of brutal murders have been occuring across the nation. What was part of a secret government program to cull the population had spun out of control. In spite of the government’s efforts to contain what they started, and

REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard 1.01 (2020)

In 2016, Chris Pratt was being interviewed about the upcoming Star Trek Beyond, the second sequel to the J.J. Abrams Star Trek remake. The interview can be summed up in the first paragraph: Back in 1965, NBC told Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry his science-fiction

Skywalker, Midichlorians and the Damage Done.

On April 2, 1796, a newly discovered and long lost Shakespearean play, Vortigern and Rowena had premiered on the stage. The play had been discovered by a William Henry-Ireland, which he had enthusiastically presented to his Shakespeare-obsessed father. In the years previous, Ireland had uncovered

REVIEW: Taeter City (2012)

“In Taeter City, there is no crime. Using Zeed radio waves, the city’s dictatorship cause criminals to commit suicide. Their corpses are processed and sold as fast-food by conglomerates who nourish the ravenous populace. It was a perfect system…until Zeed started making the criminals stronger…”

REVIEW: Money Shot #1 (2019)

I’ve been behind in reading my ever growing stack of comic books. It’s been a rough, but fulfilling few months, so as things appear to be returning to normal I had decided to visit my comic “pulls” and see what I had been missing. I

REVIEW – El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019)

Every cycle has its ‘water cooler’ program. Just recently it was Game of Thrones, before that it was The Walking Dead (more or less), etc. Breaking Bad was one of those shows that everyone was talking about for a minute, and I was one of