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Metro 2033

Russian Sci-Fi at it’s best

(Originally posted at Kosmonaut.blog.com 3. April 2014)

I’ll start with my all-time favourite: Metro 2033, by Dmitry Glukhovsky. Which I stumbled upon a few years ago, when I first heard about the video game. 855 more words

The Flying Kosmonaut

Jose Saramago's Blindness, And Its Many Visions

Jose Saramago‘s Blindness is a very funny and a very sad book. It is a very sad book because it is about a cataclysmic event–an outbreak of blindness in an unspecified place and time–and the breakdown of social and moral order that follows; it is very funny because this apocalypse of sorts provides an opportunity for the novel’s author–an omnipresent narrator–to deliver an ironic, caustic, hilariously satirical black commentary on the people–unnamed ones, all of them–and the culture affected by this mysterious outbreak. 443 more words


Night of the Comet – Halloween Horror Month Movie Spectacular 2014 Day 19

Night of the Comet is an odd movie, difficult to quite categorise. A comet passing by the Earth turns most of humanity (and the rest of the animals) literally to dust. 81 more words


Lower-Middle Class in the Wasteland

by David Crowe

Dan Kowalski showed me into his garage where his prized possession lay in the dark like some slumbering nightmare. It was not monster, however, but a custom built bus replete with barbed-wire windows, blade-tipped hubcaps, reinforced-steel siding, black paint and a naked blow-up-doll that hung limply from the hood. 617 more words


Snowpiercer: Exploring The World-As-A-Train Metaphor

The graphic novel Snowpiercer is a decent comic. You can’t ignore the heavy symbolism. The steadily moving train is all too easily interpreted as the Earth moving around the Sun. 614 more words

Fantastical Fiction

Martial Law

Martial law can be defined as the military taking control of a city, state or country and running it at their discretion.  The military would impose control on a civilian population when law and order cannot be maintained by the civil authorities.  186 more words



Copyright 1983.

Eric Ravensmith is living a quiet normal suburban life in southern California as a history professor. One night his past comes back to haunt him in an assassin that comes in the night to kill him and his family. 388 more words

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