“A Star Wars TV show that could stand up to the quality of his movies. But, in the past, it simply couldn’t be done. It was too expensive an idea. “
Two people standing in front of a window having a conversation and then one of them crosses the room, stands in front of the window, and they continue having the same… Read more
Daryl Gear Solid
Pretty sure it’s not possible to kill Ghost Rider.
This is what happens when you take The Walking Dead and write in “sexism” where it says “zombies.” I liked the first season and a half or so, but it does run out of steam. It also lacks the perspective of the novel where the history of Gilead is being studied by a post-Gilead society. It’s important in the book that… Read more
I’m so excited because so much is at stake and it’s so clear what it all is.
Would you kindly port it to the Mac?
Just carry on and keep playing Bloodborne.
The movie should have several long montages of Roach wandering off into the middle of the woods for no good gods damned reason.
“There was a peculiar red slime dripping from the walls. It tasted funny.” - Great Moments In White History
“Little help here, guys? A thousand years is a long time. I’m not even all that digested yet. Little help here?” - Boba Fett
That and June’s narration make the book much broader in tone than the show. It’s a dark vision of totalitarian misogyny, but with some heart and humor and things to say about something besides that. The show (which I think is very good) is more of a zombie show with sexism instead of zombies.
I like the show but I think they missed the point that the book is satirical, both of misogyny and academics. I think there was one joke in the second season and the characters just looked at each other because they’d evidently lost the sense of how humor works.
The book is as much about deconstructing Gilead as it is… Read more