I had the privilege of reading this essay quite some time ago. Being given cause to remember it recently, I thought I would pass it on to you, readers. You can learn more about the author – Agnes Repplier – here if you wish. She is a fascinating woman worthy of being remembered. Until then, … Continue reading A Humorous Essay from the Past
This is very, very funny, readers! If you have not yet had the pleasure of watching Dry Bar Comedy, a channel where the comedians avoid cursing and foul language, then you may have missed this part of John Branyan’s act. That includes this stellar version of the classic “The Three Little Pigs” fairy tale, the … Continue reading A Shakespearian Retelling of The Three Little Pigs
Just picturing this has me in fits. Click the link to learn more, readers! Allied Navies in the Pacific Fought for a Photo of Esther Williams for 70 Years Military.com | By Blake Stilwell Esther Williams may not be a household name today, but during World War II (and beyond), she was an Olympic-level competitive … Continue reading The Great Sea Hunt
Those who think the battle between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader in the original Star Wars film needed some spicing up ought to take a look at this fantastic homage to the original Star Wars film, readers! FXItInPost's Sc 38 Reimagined Intercut with A New Hope 4K Release https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_V24PLzqRLg
This short film was made by Corridor in the interest of taking a closer look at the lightsaber. Personally, I think they could mine this single installment and turn it into an entire series. In particular, I would like an explanation for the limits on the tech shown in the episode. Stargate SG-1* came up … Continue reading Star Wars – Or Star Fact?
A friend and fan of Star Wars: The Clone Wars* was kind enough to send me these videos, readers. While I am not a fan of the prequels and have difficulty watching the series that fills in the blanks between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, I have to say that these … Continue reading The Night Before Christmas – Clone Wars Style!
Some would say so, readers! Click the link to learn more: What Lies Beneath: The Curious Underworld Of Hobby Tunnelling By Liam Ward December 2, 2021 In 1924, a truck accidentally sank into a backlot in Washington DC, opening a sinkhole and revealing a labyrinth of tunnels. People were aghast at what had been found; … Continue reading An Out-of-Hand Hobby?
Whew! I am finally making something akin to a dent in my TBR pile, readers! Today’s gem is a book by Karina Fabian, author of the DragonEye, PI* series and Space Traipse* books. She has also written the Neeta Lyffe* zombie apocalypse series and The Mind Over* trilogy, so she has a backlist you … Continue reading Review: The Old Man and the Void by Karina Fabian
Fan fiction is not my usual topic for review, readers, but this story was too good not to write about – particularly since I beta read it for the author before it was published. 😉 One must take the opportunity to praise worthy stories, and The Terror is no exception. This three-chapter Batman fan story … Continue reading Review – Batman: The Terror by David Breitenbeck
N. R. LaPoint has a list of horror stories for Halloween, and yours truly made the list! Take a look, readers, and see if you can find some new books to give you more thrills and chills this October 31st!
It’s the time of year for a book boost! Lovecraftian horror, knights in power armor, undead dragons, demons, Catholic schoolgirls with chainsaws, veterinarians, magical spears, vampires, bilocating cops, cyberpunk paladin samurais, and more!
For some reason many people associate the world of written horror with that one guy. The one who apparently writes twist endings about aliens that are also spiders or evil cars or something. That guy. But there are other authors! Better ones!
So if you are looking for something appropriate for the season, I’ve got a list right here.
Is Death a dog or a cat? Would it be worse to be turned into a pig or a fish? After we die do we become characters in a movie, or parts for an old truck?
Weird fictioneers Misha Burnett and Louise Sorensen explore the dark depths of the human…
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