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hallucinations

Have We Actually Seen the Last of Samurai Jack?

Samurai Jack returned for a final season, 13 years in the making, after its initial run on Cartoon Network, airing on the Adult Swim programming block of the network earlier this year. The 10-episode revival felt like a stroke of… Continue Reading →

Legion and the History of Madness

What then is this fascination which now operates through the images of madness?   – Michel Foucault, “Madness and Civilization”

Waryard Pines is the Creepy Summer Series You Should Be Watching

In a world that highlights both a simple small-town, as well as a dystopian future awaiting the last shreds of humanity, Wayward Pines is a science-fiction thriller that slowly unspools a horrific mystery. It’s definitely the TV series you should… Continue Reading →

The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 3 | The Review

Why did love put a gun in my hand? Was it for redemption? Was it for revenge? Was it for the bottle? Was it for the ledge?

Mad Max: Fury Road

“If you can’t fix what’s broken… you’ll go insane.” That line of dialogue from Mad Max: Fury Road might as well summarize Writer-Director George Miller’s frame of mind. While it’s been 36 years since he originally released Mad Max (and… Continue Reading →

Fear the Walking Dead

According to the pilot episode’s description: “A dysfunctional blended family is forced together when they realize the onset of the undead apocalypse is upon them.” Unfortunately, the series-premiere episode clearly does NOT put the fun in dysfunctional. Whether that means… Continue Reading →

Wayward Pines

Without knowing any of the specific details, if you were told there’s a TV show that’s altogether creepy, spooky, mysterious, strange and possibly ooky, would that pique your interests?

Wrapping Up Season 5 of The Walking Dead

Now that Season 5 of The Walking Dead has wrapped, is Alexandria still a Safe Zone?

Death of a Salesman by Nashville Repertory Theatre

Per Matt Dramatic, painful, tragic, failure, unstable, wisecracking, dismissive and difficult. Individually, each of these words represents different story elements, but together, they help create Death of a Salesman.

Horrorstor

When a book opens with, “It was dawn, and the zombies were stumbling through the parking lot… Later they’d be resurrected by megadoses of Starbucks, but for now they were the barely living dead,” I knew I was going to… Continue Reading →

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