Noticed some people liking my previous posts, which I deleted because looking back, I felt like those were just complaining and whining. Probably wasn’t a good choice either. But it’s mostly because I haven’t used this blog for primarily giving perspectives and reviews of other works and working on the fictional universe whose title this … Continue reading Waking this blog up
Conan The Barbarian in both Film and Books is seen as a Nietzschean fantasy that declares that God is Dead and we must rely on ourselves. But after my own personal soul searching to strengthen my own Catholic Faith and looking up the works of Christian existentialist Soren Kierkegaard, I’ve come to see that Conan … Continue reading Conan The Barbarian: From Übermensch to The Knight of The Faith.
In Defense of Happy Endings – Are They Unreal, or Are They the Ultimate Reality?
Enjoy this thoughtful piece by R. J. Sheffler, readers: Factors to Consider Before Including Physical Manifestations of God in Fiction The divine is … Reposted: 4 Factors to Consider Before Including Physical Manifestations of God in Fiction
Kentaro Miura, the creator of Berserk, has passed away. Now granted, I’m not into the story. It’s just to dark and freaky for my taste. I’m just picky about darkness in general, probably acts more of a vice at times than I admit.But I still feel respect for the man, from what my friends have … Continue reading Kentaro Miura: a Eulogy
During the 80s and 90s the New Hollywood Renaissance had began reaching to its height with family films, notably revolving around science fiction, families, and either aliens or robots. The most well known of these kinds of films were ET and the Short Circuit Duology. But one under-appreciated film that combines both ideas in a … Continue reading *batteries not included: A flawed but delightful tale of Magic Metal Space Munchkins
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