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The Humanity of Dracula Untold Gets Explored, A Movie Review

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

Try as Dracula Untold might, this film does not endeavour to be historically accurate in every detail about how Vlad Dracul the Prince (played by a daunting… 925 more words


What kind of Hellenic polytheist are you?

Fun fact: the Ancient Greeks didn’t have a word for “religion”. In those days, religion, culture, philosophy, society and everyday life were so closely entwined that it was almost impossible to differentiate one from another. 1,368 more words


Why "historical accuracy" as a defense of sexism and misogyny in gaming is usually nonsense

Someone I know wrote the following in response to the list of deflections I reposted here:

I’m with you guys on all of these except for “historical accuracy”.

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Assassin’s Creed: Historically educational or fact-twisting showmanship?

Note: This article will primarily focus on Assassin’s Creed 2.


The idea for this article struck me a few weeks back when I was visiting The National Gallery in London. 842 more words

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