TropicalMary’s 10 Quotes of the Week – John Rockman and the Trials of Galactar

"The sound of the back of the control units whizzed and whirred, beeping brightly into John Rockman's cold pale eyes, but they were also stern, and so was his spaceship."  (p. 1) "Rockman sat in the chair and it groaned under his manly weight." (p. 5) "Suddenly a very primitive, yet indestructible net fell on... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Pteromantyls – Are they Nars or are they Whals?

"The pteromantyl was about four feet long with large bat-like wings and olive green skin. Its legs were bird like, bending backwards at the knees. Its arms, torso and face were like a human’s, but with a beak for a nose and its head was pointed in the back with horse-like ears. It looked half... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Freshwater – The Poor Man’s Lake Placid

Genre: Thriller/Mystery/Gore Director: Brandeis Berry Running Time: 73 Minutes "I'm rooting for the crocodile. I hope he swallows your friends whole. You might want to arrest me for that too. Is that a crime? To wish the chewing of law enforcement" - Mrs Bickerman, Lake Placid The Plot Some small town guys and gals decide... Continue Reading →

Book Review: In Lust with the Robot Lord – A Robot-Alien (D)Alliance

 "She moaned on the tentacle, slobbering and her spit running down her chin and down her body until Metalcock licked the spit that was bouncing off her big fat titties. - In Lust with the Robot Lord, Locations 121 The Plot I staged a dramatic reading of this sweaty, dripping, tissue. It became immediately apparent... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Taken by the Tetris Blocks – A Whole New World of Gaming

After a two month hiatus, I think it only fitting that my return to blogging be at the hands (or rather blocks) of this anatomically confusing snotty tissue. Tetris blocks. Really? Tetris blocks? Is nothing sacred? The Plot This sneeze of a "short story" follows Christie Aackerlund on her very brief journey of self discovery.... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Lucy – Transcendence is the New Black

Genre: Sci-Fi/Action Director: Luc Besson Running Time: 89 Minutes “You put too much stock in human intelligence, it doesn't annihilate human nature.” ― Philip Roth, American Pastoral The Plot A 20-something woman (Scarlett Johansson) unwittingly becomes a drug mule for a Korean drug boss. The drugs are surgically inserted into her abdomen. While in holding, awaiting transfer, Lucy... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Seduced by the Paranormal Tentacle – Soft Science but Hard Everything Else

I had to take a number of deep, fortifying breaths before I cracked the virtual spine of this rip-roaring paranormal roller coaster. Alas, I was cheated. This was not the paranormal, spine-tingling, thrilling, taboo filled joyride I thought it would be. This booked robbed me. I thought I would be disgusted and amused by the... Continue Reading →

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