Category Archives: Writing

Prequel Checklist Syndrome (culture)

 I don’t care for prequels. Let me amend that. I don’t think anyone should care for prequels. I’m not talking about the original definition.  Originally, a prequel was simply a story that took place before a previous story.  The Temple of Doom is a prequel in the chronology of Indiana Jones’s life.  Jungle Tales of […]
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Puzzle Pieces (writing)

Not everything in a story is a mystery meant to be solved.  There’s a difference between a plot hole and a deliberately ambiguous point.  This has become lost lately as writers and audiences have taken to analyzing every little moment for signs of greater significance.  One of the great things about the internet is that […]
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Infinite Possibilities (culture)

So there’s a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot coming out this weekend, and I’m perfectly fine with that.  Do I think it will be good?  Nope.  Do I find it frustrating that we’ve become so devoted to nostalgia that this is the best we can usually hope for at this stage?  Yep.  Do I […]
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B Movie Mentality

I’m going to talk about storytelling, and it is going to be critical of the current nature of storytelling.  Specifically, it’ll be about film, but first, a few disclaimers: These are not universal conclusions.  There are exceptions to every rule, and for every example I’m about to give, I’m sure many people will disagree.  That’s […]
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