Robert Boyczuk’s The Book of Thomas examines truth, faith, determinism, and salvation within a decaying world which resides in the gaps between genres.
How is Rollerball, a C+ dystopia from 1975, still relevant to a modern audience?
In the 400th post on the Page of Reviews, I look at the best in genre of 2012.
Violent and visceral, Clutch successfully pushes the boundaries of the web series in the best tradition of Shawn Ryan and “The Shield”
Wherein Adam looks at games on Steam Greenlight and decides, like Caesar, thumbs up or thumbs down.
The Oblivion trailer uses 120 camera shots to sell an original screenplay as every other sci-fi movie ever made.
The Stranded Anthology by Bell Bridge Books offers sci-fi novellas by James Alan Gardner, Anne Bishop, and Anthony Francis.
Wherein Adam looks at John Updike’s six rules for literary criticism.
One year ago I gave Dark Souls the finger, writing it off as an inflated level grind intent on making mountains out of mole hills. I was wrong. Here’s why.
Move over Herschel’s shotgun, Rick Grimes’ magic hand is possibly the worst part of The Walking Dead’s second season.