Tag: amnesia

Martian Man Hater

Like pretty much every punk rocker in history, my first exposure to Angry Red Planet was the cover to the Misfits album Walk Among Us, which depicted the band being menaced by a giant…rat-bat-spider…thing. Or maybe it was working for them. The monster, like the album, was pretty […]

All Alone In The Moonlight

Recently I moderated a panel discussion on CanLit and the SF/F genre and it got me to thinking.  Specifically, it got me thinking about memory. And that’s because if there’s one thing modern Canadian literature is full of, it’s memory. Years ago (a decade, mebbbe?)  an industry journal […]

Live Action Portal

A woman wakes up alone in a room, trains, finds a gun that opens portals from one place to another and escapes. But will there be cake? There is talk that the live-action Portal: No Escape  short could lead to a feature-length film. But it’s perfect as it […]