Black and white wuxia? Animated chi? See the devastating fury of Buddha’s Palm!
1960s Japanese science fiction Supermarionation. Scary or supercool? (Scroll down for a complete episode of Aerial City 008).
Generally speaking, Romances are divided into two broad groups: contemporary and historical. Those distinctions are somewhat fluid. For instance, although it used to refer to anything set after 1900, ‘contemporary’ now encompasses anything set after World War II. ‘Historical’, meanwhile, covers everything else.
If you look at these pictures of the death trap in Main Balwaan, you’ll just wonder why you don’t have one already. No pesky heros, just peace and quiet. And guys picking parts out of your death trap. So maybe you shouldn’t look if you think it might […]
Linda Holmes writes about commentary worth listening to in a sort of meta-review of This American Life‘s second season DVD set.
The People vs. George Lucas