Monthly Archives: December 2016

Cross-Examining Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency

I should probably start by making it clear that I am a huge fan of Douglas Adams. I’ve read all his novels. I’ve even read The Salmon of Doubt, an unfinished novel and the third installment of the Dirk Gently … Continue reading

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8 Films to Watch During the Holidays That Aren’t Holiday Movies

Winter is here. But it hasn’t brought White Walkers. It’s brought holiday joy and merriment. Bah. Humbug. What if you want to watch a movie that reflects the cold world, and you don’t want to watch a holiday movie? Well, … Continue reading

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Fine, If No One Else Will Talk About Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur…

I will. In a world (yes, I’m honestly starting this way) where gritty comic book heroes and gory violence have taken the mainstream media by storm, one comic book dares to defy the odds and be utterly pleasant in every¬†fucking … Continue reading

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