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Month: July 2020

Focus on the Frightful: Are Video Games Art, Part 2

Last week I talked about whether video games were art or not in Are Video Games Art, Part 1, and just gave my opinion on…

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Ringu (1998) #MovieReview

When her niece is found dead along with three friends after viewing a supposedly cursed videotape, reporter Reiko Asakawa sets out to investigate. Tagline: One…

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The Perfectly Fine House by Stephen Kozeniewski & Wile E. Young #BookReview

In an alternate reality where ghosts are as commonplace as the weather, the most terrifying thing imaginable is a house not being haunted. Donna Fitzpatrick…

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The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James #BookReview

The secrets lurking in a rundown roadside motel ensnare a young woman, just as they did her aunt thirty-five years before, in this new atmospheric…

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On a Red Station, Drifting by Aliette de Bodard #BookReview

For generations Prosper Station has thrived under the guidance of its Honoured Ancestress: born of a human womb, the station’s artificial intelligence has offered guidance…

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Horror BiWeekly Bulletin: The Rental, The Only Good Indians, etc.

The Horror BiWeekly Bulletin serves to give you the highlights on horror for the current and previous week. Notes about new releases in books, movies,…

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Focus on the Frightful: Are Video Games Art? Pt.1

In 2011 video games were ruled as art and entitled to the same protections as other forms of art. And yet the debate still continues…

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Escape from LA #MovieReview

Snake Plissken is once again called in by the United States government to recover a potential doomsday device from Los Angeles, now an autonomous island…

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