At Storming The Ivory Tower, Sam Keeper has a thoughtful essay on AI-generated art. “Much of the art, though, comes from interpretive ambiguity that both the prompter-curator is faced with and must make decisions about in terms of culling and framing images, and which the end viewer is […]
“How does one celebrate the sesquicentennial anniversary of lazy podcasting? With not one but TWO Marys, of course! It’s a super gothic 150th episode spectacular as Christine and Emily tackle two very ‘90s adaptations of some very 19th century literary properties: 1996’s Mary Reilly and 1994’s Mary Shelley’s […]
Twin Cities PBS has a swell series on punk history in Minnesota. You can watch it here. And while you are there, check out their documentary, Anti-Racist Skinheads Fighting Nazis: The Baldies!
Fantasia 2022 has announced its final wave of programming! See all the films that are scheduled for this year’s festival here.
The Yakuza video game series is one of the most long-running and popular franchises in Sega’s arsenal. Perhaps only second to that feisty little blue hedgehog, the saga of Kiryu Kazama and his rise through the ranks of the organized crime world in the fictionalized Japan is one […]
At Crime Reads, Samantha Allen writes about her novel, Patricia Wants to Cuddle (2022). “Maybe the book turned out ‘bonkers.’ Maybe it’s ‘bananas’ or even ‘batshit.’ But the beauty of fiction is that you can be as bold as you want, lying through your teeth while you tell […]