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good stuff: an anticipation version

I’ve been in an odd place in my head the last few days. Maybe melancholy is the right word? It’s not that I’m letting sadness and fear and worry overwhelm me, but they are all persistently present. 528 more words


My 5 Unpopular Buffy The Vampire Slayer Opinions

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER the TV series premiered 18 years ago this month on the now defunct WB Network. It is hard to believe that it has been almost 20 years since this show debuted and ever harder to believe that its been 12 years since the show ended. 816 more words


Oscar Predictions & Ruminations

I have my predictions on deck for this year’s night of Hollywood self-aggrandizement even though this year’s event doesn’t really have as much joie de vivre to it as recent years have had. 1,285 more words


The power of Boredom

I am bored. Totally bored. Incessantly bored. Pervasively bored. Unobsfuscatingly bored.

This does not mean I don’t have anything to do.

In fact I have A LOT to do… which does not mean that I have any energy or inclination to do it. 152 more words


Disney's Gargoyles Turned 20 Years Old This Month

This past week was the 20th anniversary of the premiere episode of one of the greatest cartoons to ever be made…GARGOYLES! The premise is wacky (a bunch of gargoyles are cursed to turn to stone and are awakened in modern day New York where they fight the good fight against evil) but the show was just pure perfection in its execution. 1,426 more words


2014 Retrospective: Most Tense/Terrifying Games

Horror is probably my favorite genre, both in film and games. While the genre had been stagnant in gaming for a while, the last few years has it seeing a resurgence. 246 more words


2014 Retrospective: Games That Captured The Retro Feel Perfectly

Indie games have undeniably become a force to be reckoned with over the past few years. A common flavor in indie games is the retro aesthetic or throwback, as it suits the scope of indie projects well, and has potential to be more than the sum of its parts, i.e. 400 more words