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Much Ado About Nothing (2012)

There’s a certain logic to setting Shakespeare plays in strange locales compared to their stated location. Everything the Bard wrote was written as if was happening in his London, regardless where on the globe it was putatively set. 198 more words


Joss Whedon's Masterpiece: An Introduction to The Dollhouse

Some TV shows are fun and easily forgotten, while others are worth returning to every few years. Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse is one of those. It’s tight storytelling, engaging characters, and cutting edge philosophical explorations merit further exploration. 2,158 more words

Josh's Blog Posts

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Bit of a rant here, and spoilers maybe i’m not sure.

I’ll be honest here, i haven’t seen a single one the recent Marvel films leading up to… 1,128 more words


Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Review (With Spoilers)

I actually saw Avengers: Age of Ultron last week Monday, but I’ve been very busy so I haven’t really had a chance to post what I thought of it until now.   892 more words

Science Fiction

The Femiverse versus Whedon

Without diving too deep into the background of the Joss Whedon*/Avengers brouhaha, let me give my very quick take on the story aspects that are causing so much disruption in the fandom. 395 more words

Movie Reviews

FNFC the 16th: Avengers: Age of Ultron and Monsters: Dark Continent

Another guest post from the man of many opinions, AJ of gaming site Arcadian Rhythms. This week, I myself spent Friday evening drunkenly throwing hula hoops around a friend’s garden, playing in a dressing up box, and laughing about the word ‘canal’ being one letter away from the word ‘anal’. 1,397 more words

Once You’ve Turned The Dial To Eleven, What Then?

I saw Avengers: Age of Ultron the other day and quite enjoyed it. The film had problems, though, and ones that any writer can relate to. 517 more words