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Dunkirk: Christopher Nolan vs. Stupid

Dunkirk: Christopher Nolan vs. Stupid

by Scotty Daniels In most cases before and after seeing a film, I avoid reading or watching other reviews until my own is done as to not allow my opinion to be swayed (being of both a weak mind and gutless disposition), however in this case I made a crucial exception....
My Kingdom

My Kingdom

By Eos If we wake up dead Are we alive Or something holy instead? This night time blight Disease or destiny To be whole, must we be empty? To adore, must we abhor? An octave above Or maybe too many below My deafening silent “hello” Heard by every soul...
Mythos Redux: Jesus 2: Die Harder

Mythos Redux: Jesus 2: Die Harder

By David Coppi Jesus looked around his workshop filled with wood shavings and saw blades. He sighed as he reached for the broom and began sweeping. He thought that his return to earth would have been a fairly low-key event but how wrong he was.    Once the...
Mythos Redux: Eurydice – Persephone

Mythos Redux: Eurydice – Persephone

By Matt Long For the dying, the hardest thing about cancer, is the effect it has on the people who don’t have it. You reminded me of that every day. There’s an old saying, “Every hour hurts, the last one kills.” Every hour I spent in that...
Mend

Mend

by Eos The reality is The longer I live The less I see The point in it But. I hope to believe In a thing Bigger than us Maybe not bigger than love But something to make march To cathart our hearts Until they beat in time Determine benign divine? We are all aligned...
Film Review: Spider-man Homecoming

Film Review: Spider-man Homecoming

by Scotty Daniels Well, it’s finally happened. A Marvel movie has been released that I not only sat through the whole way through; was not only incredibly entertained by; but actually had made my mind up well before the end credits rolled. This is by far the...
Book Review: Keith Buckley – ‘Scale’

Book Review: Keith Buckley – ‘Scale’

by Chris Giacca So who knew that Every Time I Die’s singer and lyricist extraordinaire, Keith Buckley, had the beating heart of a novelist in him? Honestly, anyone familiar with them – and more importantly his stature as one of the finest lyricists to grace the...
Book Review: The Luminaries – Eleanor Catton

Book Review: The Luminaries – Eleanor Catton

Love, murder, convicts, gold, whores — Eleanor Catton’s The Luminaries (2013) had it all. Set in late 19th century New Zealand, in a town called Hokitika, the story begins with Scottish lawyer Walter Moody accidentally walking in on a secret meeting between a number...
Film Review: Wonder Woman

Film Review: Wonder Woman

By Scott Daniels What is there to say about a movie that isn’t awful? In almost all cases, not a whole lot. In fact, many a review has fallen by the wayside simply because this reviewer can’t find enough to praise or (much more likely) complain about....