The intro is here. Sometimes you just have to sit back and recognize that the Count is exceptionally gifted at trolling.
But where did the brains come from
No series taught me more, at the tender age of nine, about war, death, trauma, loss, and excruciating body horror than Animorphs. I can comfortably say that KA Applegate’s children’s novels are irrevocably stamped all over my tastes as an adult (frankly it’s a short skip and a […]
The intro is here. YOU MEAN MY PARENTS HAD LIVES BEFORE ME?
Dear PPG 2016, this is how you do references.
Last week we talked about The Witch, a decidedly strange and mostly effective film that inhabits that wonderful horror subgenre known as “everything’s a metaphor.” But as much as that film defied analysis by modern standards, against all odds demanding to be taken by its own internal logic, […]
The intro is here. AND NOW, REALLY GOOD EXPOSITION.
I bet the Tunnel of Love and Corndogs is a slow ride, with all those arterial clogs.
Horror is the most of-the-moment genre out there: by its nature it makes itself a time capsule, simultaneously responding to gut-level fears in its surrounding culture and almost always reinforcing an Other vs. status quo arrangement. You can tell a culture’s history in no small part by the […]
Longtime readers will know that it’s traditional for this blog to run two Consulting Analyst series at a time – it provides a little variety for readers who maybe aren’t into the main series going on, and it keeps yours truly from hitting the burnout train and thus […]