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Legion and the History of Madness

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

Taboo Isn’t Quite Scandalous

Taboo is the new atmospheric and brooding series that was developed by Tom Hardy and his father, Chips. The first episode is beautifully shot, well acted and intriguing. It is not, however, heavy on plot and doesn’t seem to invoke… Continue Reading →

The Art of Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

It’s hard to imagine that a story about unusual children with strange abilities, written as a scary fairy tale combining real-life creepy vintage photographs with a fictional story wasn’t tailor-made for Tim Burton, but sometimes reality is stranger than fiction. Expertly written… Continue Reading →

Stranger Things Have Not Happened

Many of the things we enjoyed when we were younger bring us feelings of nostalgia. Just remembering what once was, what shaped us and the cultural reflection of the time can be uplifting. But now, for fans of ’80s sci-fi… Continue Reading →

Everything the Critics Hate About IDR Is a Reason I Like It (So There!)

There’s no nice way to say this. The critics have been dicks about Independence Day: Resurgence. Continuing their proud tradition of ignoring the reality and climate in which we process certain movies, and seeking some Shakespearean/Aaron Sorkin/Spielberg perfection in all things, they… Continue Reading →

The X-Files Annual 2015

Season 10 winds down with one last unusual story of the year for IDW Publishing, involving everyone’s favorite paranormal detectives.

The Whispers

It’s all fun and games until people start dying.

Big Hero 6

What happens when you pair a teenage boy with his best friend (that just happens to be a robot) in a buddy-adventure movie that features geek technology and superhero shenanigans?

Hollow City

Supernatural creatures are hunting down every person with unusual or extraordinary powers on Earth, in hopes of creating an Apocalypse of epic proportions in Hollow City. This book is the sequel to the fun-to-read bestseller, Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children, both… Continue Reading →

Tales From Lovecraft Middle School #4: Substitute Creature

“What’s more important? A stupid Valentine’s Day concert or saving the world from an army of ancient monsters?”

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