Things I learned from this episode: the bad science that you can shrug off in a Crichton movie is so much more agonizing when you’re trapped on the page with it for CHAPTERS. Also, something something “identity politics.”
As VRV Blog appears to be somewhat of a defunct site at this point, I’m going to be migrating the pieces I wrote there over here in full for preservation purposes. The Fly is a nearly perfect horror film—it has tight writing, excellent performances, visceral practical effects, and well-developed […]
As VRV Blog appears to be somewhat of a defunct site at this point, I’m going to be migrating the pieces I wrote there over here in full for preservation purposes. Waffles. Moose. Moose-eating Waffles. Did you see what I did there? LOL SO RANDOM, rite? Welcome to […]
I may only be speaking as a backseat wrestling fan, but this really captures what makes fan enthusiasm for the sport so endearing.
Well, if you’ve ever wanted to hear me get choked up about a cartoon duck (twice!) this is the aural experience for you.
Two things I learned this week: I’ve been reading Gaiman books for way too long, and this adaptation has aged a bit like milk.
I’ve mentioned my love of the adorable ballet duck show before, but this time I got a chance to go back through it with two charming colleagues who’d never seen it before. It was, in fact, a delight.