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Victor Frankenstein

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James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe star in a dynamic and thrilling twist on a legendary tale. Radical scientist Victor Frankenstein (McAvoy) and his equally brilliant protégé Igor Strausman (Radcliffe) share a noble vision of aiding humanity through their groundbreaking research into immortality. 285 more words

Movie Reviews

A Little Something About the Neutron

I suppose, three weeks into the Year of the Neutron, I ought to tell you something about the book, Mr. Neutron. (Keep in mind that time, neutron-wise, is not the same as time in our world, which is the best excuse I can come with for this oversight.) 353 more words

The Writer's Life

A Slowly Changing Dream World And Slowly Changing Woman Who Keeps Trying To Seduce Me

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that I was on the upper floor of a house, probably a slightly fictional version of The E House, and my aunt DE and maybe a few of my other aunts from my mom’s side of the family were there on the first floor. 2,087 more words

Dream Journal

Label

The first installment, more a note and background development exercise than anything, for my Frankenstein rewrite.

People had all sorts of ideas about the future, way back when. 1,731 more words

Stories

The Secret Origin of The Claws of The Peregrine

After I’d finished several stories in The Peregrine series, it occurred to me that I’d introduced quite a few supporting characters that were worthy of stories in their own right: Leonid Kaslov, Catalyst, Revenant, Rachel Winters, Frankenstein’s Monster, etc. 1,027 more words

Updates

Feed That Frankenstein: Goldengirl

(Feed That Frankenstein focuses on the many pictures that use variants on the themes that the underappreciated Mary Shelley began writing about all those thunderstruck evenings ago.) 552 more words

Entertainment

"Did I request thee, Maker, from my clay to mould me Man?"

“Did I solicit thee from Darkness to promote me?”

Horror fans, you know what that is: the epigram to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. It’s a quote from John Milton’s… 2,037 more words

Writing