Odette shot up, not wanting the Bidet-bot to scorch her for sitting too long. The music only started if you were sitting without urinating or defecating for ten seconds. Odette didn’t know which she feared more: hot water to the crotch or Muzak.
Does injustice end with one hand-out?
You are about to enter another dimension, not only of sight and sound, but of mind.
My muses are odd ducks.
An actual play post of Dungeon World in a setting inspired by Ancient Greece.
“A new nightmare” from screenwriter, director, and comedy giant Jordan Peele invites uncomfortable laughter and thoughtful thrills.
Chivalry lives on in Knightfall, a series set in the twilight of the Knights Templar.
Gender-bent homages and femme fatales have fallen.
The classics and modernity clash in ‘Song of Achilles,’ a critically-acclaimed crossover of Greek myth, romance and historical fiction.
Absurdist director Terry Gilliam met his match when Robin Williams walked on the set of 1991’s ‘The Fisher King.’
The beginning of our trek to define film noir.
Ceremonies matter to film fans young and old, but social media has made 2018’s carnival of controversies its own sideshow.
I finally talked my brother into watching Warehouse 13, a fantastic series that was on Scyfy from 2009-2014.
Kickstarter is running a zine challenge, and there are loads of them available for backing. Here are two that caught my eye, mostly because they involve games.
M*A*S*H meets Sedaris in this slice-of-life short story about being Jewish in World War II.