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

To Light the Dragon's Fire

“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 Continue reading


Movie Review: The Legend of Hercules

The Legend of Hercules Poster

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 dialogue.

As the title says, this is the genesis story of the demi-god Hercules. Continue reading

Book Review: Taken by the Minotaur – A tale of the Athenian power bottom

Taken by the Minotaur

I bought the first two parts of this trilogy last year sometime. I read them, lost interest and forgot all about it. For some godforsaken reason, I remembered these pamphlets over the weekend, dutifully bought the third installment and re-read the previous works, all for good measure. Continue reading