Who Fears Death – Reviewed

Mostly Spoiler-Free Impressions After Reading the Novel by Nnedi Okorafor Rating: 7.5 It’s hard for me to imagine the power of Who Fears Death to the author herself, in the world in which it was written, over a decade ago. A Nigerian-American who spent her childhood back and forth between both countries, Okorafor clearly holdsContinue reading “Who Fears Death – Reviewed”

Flash Reviews ’22

What have you been watching? Here’s some quick bits and recommends from our Apple TV & Chill sessions of late. Enjoy! Benedetta – 8 Sexy, strong like dark coffee, Verhoeven’s religious drama is a well executed, rare piece of adult entertainment from 2021. There are layers here – a discussion of how pleasure and painContinue reading “Flash Reviews ’22”

Reviews Roundup 2021 pt 2

With the flood of content pouring out of the modern streaming machine, it’s the least I can do to help winnow the bullshit for you. If you follow this blog, odds are you’re as annoyed as I am by the common goreporn, mindlessness, sexless sex and bad animation that gets Rotten Tomatoes so excited. CrowdsourcingContinue reading “Reviews Roundup 2021 pt 2”

The Dune Saga: I-IV Reviewed

Rating: 9 We are one life reaching out into a dark future. We are one blood. The Lady Jessica A Spoiler-Free Preview of Dune, Dune Messiah, Children of Dune, and God Emperor of Dune *Full Reviews for each book follow down below* To see the future – to know tomorrow like we know the past.Continue reading “The Dune Saga: I-IV Reviewed”

Reviews Roundup 2021 pt 1

Some quick thoughts and one-offs on the riffraff and b-sides. Enjoy! *Light Spoiler/Offensive Content Warning* Shadow in the Cloud – 7.5 If you’re into synth bass, steampunk, CGM or b-horror shamelessly ripping off The Twilight Zone, Roseanne Liang’s Shadow In the Cloud is an undeniable good time. It doesn’t so much lack for realism asContinue reading “Reviews Roundup 2021 pt 1”

4 Books to Change the Future of Economics, and also Walden

This is the Afterword to the Organomic Thesis. For further reading check: Year Zero: A Progressive Economic Primer I – IIThe Organomic Manifesto III – VThe Tenets of Organomics VI – X Join the discussion at our Facebook Group by clicking here. Updated: 1/25/22 Free PDF & MP3 Coming Soon | Book in 2023 ItContinue reading “4 Books to Change the Future of Economics, and also Walden”

Mary Magdalene – Better Late than Never, Movie Review

Rating: 8.5 The world will only change as we change. Mary Magdalene As it does, and we do, so inevitably will the stories we tell about it. Like DiCaprio as Romeo, or Hopkins as Lear, Mara as Mary is familiar immediately, even to those who don’t know her story, and even as it comes, conjuredContinue reading “Mary Magdalene – Better Late than Never, Movie Review”

Valley of the Gods – What did I just watch? Flash Review

Rating: 8 *Spoilers* Apologies for the radio silence, all. I’ve been insanely busy prepping new projects, so haven’t had much time for reviews lately. But last night we watched Valley of the Gods, the new movie from Lech Majewski, Josh Hartnett, Berenice Marlohe and John Malkovich. It’s an impressionist wonder, full of striking landscapes, absurdContinue reading “Valley of the Gods – What did I just watch? Flash Review”

WestWorld S3, or: A Thorough Catalogue of Every Common Hollywood Error Turning Genius Into Amateurish Failure By Way Of Money, Success & Sequels, or: Form Over Function Always Fails

*Spoilers* I’m not going to spend a lot of breath on this one, largely because I just don’t get a lot of enjoyment out of tearing things down. I know they spent literally millions of dollars on it, and they probably had legit dreams and incredibly talented artists galore, but the honest truth is thatContinue reading “WestWorld S3, or: A Thorough Catalogue of Every Common Hollywood Error Turning Genius Into Amateurish Failure By Way Of Money, Success & Sequels, or: Form Over Function Always Fails”

Swallow – The Truth, If You Dare

Rating: 7.5 *Spoilers* In the search for beauty, truth, belonging and destiny, it’s hard to imagine a more desperate answer than American consumerism, except perhaps for every other system we’ve ever tried. The endless mouth of modern life is far from simply a capitalist problem, anyway, that much is clear. Overconsumption devours nearly every culture,Continue reading “Swallow – The Truth, If You Dare”