TBT Movie Review: eXistenZ – E3: The Church Years

Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller Director: David Cronenberg Running Time: 97 Minutes "A sign of the times." "Death to the demoness, Allegra Geller!" In 1999, when this film was released, I was just becoming acquainted with the first PS console. We weren't a well-off family and thus a few years behind when it came to consoles. My brother and I were... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Voyage to the Milky Way

It’s good to be bad…

A World of Weird

Voyage to the Milky WayAuthor: Jezebel Divelle
Genre: Erotica / Sci-Fi
Published: 2015

Those of you who watch Supernatural will be familiar with the idea of humans making deals with demons, where the demon will grant the human their wish in exchange for their immortal soul. How I came to read this truck-stop post-masturbation tissue is not entirely dissimilar. My wish was for Tropical Mary to read Crystal Cabbage: Meth Whore; she agreed, but on condition that I would have to read something of her choice in return. Like the humans in Supernatural I simply hoped that I would get what I wanted without the demon coming back to collect its due, but sadly this was not to be.

The following review is not suitable for persons who are lactose intolerant.

The Plot

The year is 2032, and mankind has finally reached a technological point where it can extend its reach beyond our…

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TBT Movie Review: Sphere – Made in Korea

Genre: Action/Drama/Sci-Fi Director: Barry Levinson Running Time: 134 Minutes For 15 years the most memorable scene in this movie, for me, has been when the team finds the sphere for the first time and Harry (Samuel L Jackson) says: "Don't get too excited, Ted - turn this thing over and it'll probably say 'Made in Korea'." Little... Continue Reading →

B-horror and the Rise of the Scream Queen

The b-movie or b-picture was a product of the Golden Age of Hollywood (arguably the 1930s-1950s, more or less) and really took off with the introduction of the “double feature” at cinemas. The b-picture was the more cheaply produced, not always feature length, curtain-raiser at double feature events. Several genres were represented in the b-picture... Continue Reading →

Book Review: 77 Shadow Street – The Horror of Boredom

I am almost 90% sure that Dean Koontz did not actually write this book. And if he did, his editor should be subjected to a dramatic reading of this utterly bland and lifeless novel. It has taken me 8 months to get halfway. I was so ridiculously bored that, I have to admit, I gave... Continue Reading →

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