This Oscar nominated film from director Jane Campion is causing quite a stir in the film industry, but will this western actually give us an enjoyable film and story experience?
This week the lines between reality and fiction blur, perhaps in a final fashion. Something has happened, something has changed, and something has shifted.
I hope you’re ready for this… I can’t say I was.
What happens when a fungus spreads it’s tendrils into a new host, mankind, and begins to take control? You get an interesting story concept! But does it work? The Genius Plague is a science fiction thriller written by author David Walton. It was published in October of 2017 by Pyr publishing. The Review is an…
The atomic bomb meant, to most people, the end.
To Henry Bemis it meant something far different—a thing to appreciate and enjoy.
Warriors, wastelands, a little magic, and an epic quest to reach a fabled city. All the ingredients are here for a fun fantasy tale, but will it deliver?
A classic tale about a photographer that finds he can capture spiritual beings, ghosts, in his photos.
One of the biggest names in science fiction, with stories spanning a tremendous SIX decades, this tome is one not to be taken lightly. But is it any good? The Collected Stories of Arthur C Clarke is a massive collection of science fiction greatness from one of the legendary writers in the genre of all…
A tale of a man wrongfully accused of a crime and the devastating power of the “Court of Public Opinion” based on assumptions
As an avid outdoorsman with a strong connection to the land where I live, this collection of essay’s about nature and kindness had me excited for a modern day take on the nature essay genre.
But then I read it. And I’ll be honest… I have some thoughts.
Nathanial Evergood was an eccentric old man with a photographic passion for pretty girls. So he invented a camera lens for special effects—