I am a book addict. I have so many books, and I’m always reading. I also want to do everything in my power to reduce my negative impact on the environment. Books are essentially blocks of paper, and that paper has to come from somewhere. Plus, if you shop online,
I’ve discussed books, I’ve discussed movies, and I’ve discussed graphic novels…what’s next? I would say video games. I have some stuff in the works but I want to outline my general thoughts on using video games to tell stories. I think that in recent years, video games have, in general,
Content Warning: This is a review of an extremely graphic horror manga. I will not be including any pictures from the work itself, but it will be necessary to describe some of the more gruesome situations that the characters find themselves in. If you’re sensitive to topics such as death, murder,
First, Daniel Ellsberg showed the American people the Pentagon Papers, revealing a top-secret study into the Vietnam War. That’s not what The Doomsday Machine is about, however. This is about a terrifying and possibly world-ending tool of war. The nuclear bomb. Daniel Ellsberg decided to drop another bomb, for lack of a
This is something I’m going to be experimenting with. I love watching documentaries, and I love talking about them. So, I’m going to try and talk about a documentary each week that I thought was interesting. They might be old, they might be new, they might be classic, they might
Now that I’ve reviewed the book, once again it’s time to see how the movie measures up. All in all, I think that it’s a good adaptation. Every film adaptation has differences and omissions from the source material. I tried to keep my review of the novel fairly spoiler-free, but
The title of Kevin Kwan’s debut novel is pretty interesting. Is the book about Asians that are both crazy and rich, or is it about Asians that are not only rich but CRAZY rich? I’d argue that there’s a little bit of both in Crazy Rich Asians.