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Bygone days of the Astroliners

From the outside, the rocketship looks like some relic of the early Cold War. It’s little more than a lengthy cylinder like some retrofitted ICBM, with a bright red needle on the end like a painted narwhal tusk. The words … Continue reading

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The Horror! Sales and Thoughts

Horror is a strange, wonderful, and frustrating genre. Frustrating because there’s so much bad horror out there: cheap ghost stories, torture porn, and yet-another-goddam-zombie movie. Wonderful because it’s a time for masks and secrets, allowing us to twist the world … Continue reading

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Games I’d Like to See

The arts are stuck in a rut. How many more sequels, prequels, remakes, reboots, and re-imaginings do we have do see before we admit that the film industry is, creatively speaking, in dire straits? How many fifty shades of vampires in love must we pass in bookstores before we accept that publishers are now only playing it so safe as to be stale?

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