I Think We’re Alone Now isn’t a bad movie, per se. It has its moments of great potential, so perhaps its greatest sin is that it never has the bravery to tackle some of the subject matter it brings up. Slow and plodding (as opposed to methodical, which would have been forgivable), the movie wastes brilliant actors and a strong indie …
In a return to “Late to the Party Reviews,” we revisit the nostalgia of Flowers for Algernon and see if it holds up to the memory.
Disney will not release Song of the South on Disney+, no matter what. This is a shame.
Illuminosi Inc. announces a revolutionary software product to improve the data reliability of a hard drive.
I asked Twitter what some favorite movies that no one had ever heard of. Got quite the list back.
Moment of Zen: Small Town Barbershop.
A graphic novel vignette about storage admins, inspired by “A Few Good Men.” A Satire.
Review of the YouTube Red original series, Cobra Kai, a series that fans of the Original Karate Kid should definitely watch.
In 1993, I began a short story that told of a dystopian future where the world was mandated by what you could and couldn’t say, and the reality that emerged from it.
Some recent popular or interesting Quora answers I’ve written.
Have you ever had one of those moment where you’ve gotten rid of something, only to really regret it?
A walking simulator with some interesting and creative vignettes, gorgeous visuals, and a high degree of potential that is tragically left unfulfilled with gaping plot holes and pointless storyline.
A review of Cassie Jaye’s The Red Pill,, a movie about a feminist documentary filmmaker’s exploration of the Men’s Rights Movement.
Who knew that a chicken, a road, and the world’s oldest Dad Joke could actually be so profound?
A brilliant, but flawed psychological horror, indie game that upends many of the clichés of the genre, but embraces many as well.
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