Book Review: Jackie’s Erotic Beanstalk – Fee-fi-fo-fum I smell the nectar of a Nymph

"I'm going to see the Storm Giant." She felt satisfaction as his eyes went wide with shock. "Maybe I can make him happy again." - Jackie's Erotic Beanstalk, Location 139 Plot Jacqueline's mother is sick, and dying, due to the overabundance of rain in the land. Jackie is instructed to find a special root, which... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Lucid Desire – Your Wildest Dreams

"I pluck a helicopter from the sky and use it to cool my face." - Lucid Desire, Locations 720-721 The Plot Amy is a smart, savvy, sexy, self-assured thirty year old who is utterly bored and fed up with her unfulfilling life. The tedium of the daily humdrum necessities is leaving her angry and extremely... Continue Reading →

Book Review: To Light the Dragon’s Fire – Fantasy Light

"Despite the mythological antiquity of the creature under them – one that shouldn’t even exist – the city toward which they flew looked as modern as the one Terra had grown up in." - To Light the Dragon's Fire, Locations 265-267 The Plot Terra Heegan is entering into an arranged marriage, in order to save... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Gods of Egypt

Truly, the dark horse of the day, Gods of Egypt far surpassed our expectations and was the least offensive when it came to historical and mythological inaccuracies. Set has essentially stolen the throne of upper and lower Egypt from Horus by killing Osiris. After years of blindness and isolation, Horus accepts the help from a... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Legend of Hercules

The Legend of Hercules was by far the funniest of the films chosen for your Historically Inaccurate Movie Day. Unintentionally so. We found ourselves in hysterics largely due to our inability to hear the dialogue as a number of the cast had very strong accents. As a result we decided to fill in our own... Continue Reading →

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