The Bees is an enthralling and gorgeously written tale in the tradition of Watership Down. The frightening realism coupled with the brilliant world-building makes for an experience that will haunt … Continue Reading The Bees – Laline Paull
Even if you personally have a hand in a battle against good and evil that shook the very pillars of Heaven, when the smoke clears and the evil is vanquished … Continue Reading The Bone Clocks – David Mitchell
I’m going to miss Parks & Recreation more than any other long running show that ended this season. Parks was always funny but more than that it was sweet and … Continue Reading Goodbye Parks & Rec.
Another Grammy awards come and gone. I enjoyed not watching it. Hard rock has been pushed in to the un-televised award ghetto and the classification for “rock” is so bizarre … Continue Reading The Grammys Hate Us
If nothing else, Marc Eliot’s biography of Jack Nicholson reminded me why I don’t typically read biographies of still living people when the subject has no involvement with the book. … Continue Reading All Fluff and No Substance Makes Jack’s Biography a Dull Read
Now I feel just like a stranger I don’t sleep at all anymore and the bonds that used to hold me well now they’ve done me harm -Get Vicious If … Continue Reading The Gaslight Anthem – Get Hurt
A palate cleanser after the lunacy of The Helen Trilogy.
The summer before 7th grade I read ‘salems Lot. I have always been a strong reader and this wasn’t my first adult book. However this was the first book that … Continue Reading Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
While enjoying a joyous Christmas yule with my family and loved ones I was gifted a copy of famous anchorman Ron Burgundy’s tome of generous wisdom by my wife and … Continue Reading Let Me Off at the Top! By, Ron Burgundy
The term “sequel” is usually met with derision in the movie world. However when done well a sequel can not only continue the story laid down in the earlier movie, … Continue Reading Catching Fire
By TylerDFC There is a part at the end of 2K’s stunning game Spec Ops: The Line where you find yourself in a penthouse suite high atop the Burj Khalifa … Continue Reading Spec Ops: The Line (RATED M)
By TylerDFC Caliban’s War is book 2 in the Expanse series, following Leviathan Wakes. Please note this review contains spoilers for Leviathan Wakes. It has been one year since the … Continue Reading Caliban’s War by James S.A. Corey
By Tyler “Yes, but I never inhaled” DFC NOTE: This commentary contains spoilers up to and including the series finale, proceed with caution if you are not caught up on … Continue Reading In defense of Nancy Botwin
Movie Review by TylerDFC There is a tendency in the mainstream to immediately disregard a movie if there fails to be closure at the end. More than anything, more than … Continue Reading Sound of My Voice (2011) – Directed by Zal Batmanglij
By TylerDFC There is a moment at the very end of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1974 film, The Conversation, that brings the entire slow burn movie in tight focus. It’s a … Continue Reading The Conversation
By Tyler “Klatu Verata Necktie” DFC 5 people go to a dilapidated and foreboding cabin in the woods to help a friend, Mia (Jane Levy), detox from heroin. One of … Continue Reading Evil Dead 2013 – You’re All Going to Die Tonight