Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Interview (a serious review of a very silly movie)

The Interview is a very silly movie that somehow became controversial when, through a series of increasingly bizarre decisions by the people in charge of such things, it went from a Christmas day release to a limited release, hard-to-find film. Let’s be clear about this. None of this was warranted. The Interview is not, nor […]
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Warlord Day (short fiction)

Cindy and Cragg Cindy, Cragg, and Laura were gathered in the living room. It was too early in the morning for this. “Happy Warlord Day!” said Laura. “Happy Warlord Day,” replied Cindy with a yawn. Warlord Day was one of the few things Laura still got excited about. Cragg sat on the sofa. His stone […]
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The (Unearned) Redemption of Darth Vader (writing)

One of the things that bugs me about the original Star Wars trilogy is the redemption of Darth Vader. On the surface, it’s a simple story about a fall from grace and a noble rise, but then I start thinking about it. It just doesn’t sit right with me, and that’s probably because of a […]
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The Iron Goblin (short fiction)

Tengu hadn’t meant to do it. Her dad would be mad, but what choice did she have? The village elders stood around the young goblin. The oldest of them, so old everyone just called him Elder, stood at the forefront. His wrinkled green skin had lost most of its color. He was gray with small […]
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