April 2018

Review: Wild Wild Country

Wild Wild Country is the story of the catastrophic culture clash between the people of Antelope, Oregon and the Rajneeshee religious group in the early 1980s. It starts wild and gets wilder, the six episodes including a story about liquefying beavers that will haunt my nightmares, interviews with the people responsible for the first major bio

Review: Wild Wild Country

April TTRPG Challenge Day 26: Blogs, Streams, Podcasts?

In RPG terms, very little, which I’d love to change.  Dissecting Worlds remains my favorite show for exploring narrative architecture and social science stuff(And we will get that Ian McShane Knight Rider made somehow, damn it!). I’d also recommend The Magnus Archives from The Rusty Quill (Especially episode 100 for…reasons) in general and their RPG show in

April TTRPG Challenge Day 26: Blogs, Streams, Podcasts?

MOVIE REVIEW: Annihilation

It’s been an interesting couple of weeks making my way through the Netflix original science fiction slate. The Cloverfield Paradox is more interesting as a franchise component than as a (admittedly fun), movie, I’ve got work out this week that talks about Moon and Mute and Bright was also a movie I saw. Annihilation is both the highest profile film Netflix have got and

MOVIE REVIEW: Annihilation

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