Steampunk Book Review: A Matter of Temperance

By the time Ichabod “Icky” Temperance sent me a few of his books to review, we had already been friends online for a long time. He has been a faithful follower of my blog since the beginning, but it wasn’t until I got an e-mail talking about his books that I knew how he found his way to writing. He and his […]

Top 5 Steampunk Movies for Halloween

Guys, this was hard. Like, waaaaaaaay harder than I expected. It turns out there are LOT of Steampunk movies with a bit of the gothic or macabre so they’d work for Halloween. I decided to choose five categories and provide both my pick plus at least one runner-up in that category. Luckily for us, there’s still plenty […]

Book Review: The Return of the Discontinued Man (Burton and Swinburne 5) by Mark Hodder

First off, I want to give some love to Jon Sullivan, the mastermind behind the moody, fantastical covers I always feature on the reviews of this series. So, a tip of the hat to you, good sir. On the cover for Mark Hodder’s fifth installment of this alternative history series we see a huge metal man, […]

Film Reviews with a Drag Queen: Gods of Egypt

Spoilers! Although the final fate of the characters is not described, several key plot points are. Therefore, be wary, gentle readers.

Film Reviews with a Drag Queen: Deadpool! The R-Rated Review!

Please be aware before you continue reading that this is a review Deadpool can be proud of. It includes profanity, discussions of genitalia, and other gross immaturity. More importantly, this review includes SPOILERS. If you do not like them, you should check out the marvelous spoiler-free review by Calamity Dawn. It is wonderful, grade A, […]

Pandora Cinematheque: Heart Pumping Oil

I never cease to be amazed by both the quantity and quality of short films that are continuously breaking onto the internet. I ran across this 2014 piece by writer/director Ben Juhl by chance, and I was blown away by his ability to fit in so much story into such the short time frame that […]

“Hollow World” – Book Review

Do you like your time travel novels light on the quantum physics and with a side of philosophy? Are you a fan of adventure sci-fi writers such as H.G. Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs? Do you enjoy reading novels that include elements of controversial subjects but are not, themselves, a subject of controversy? If you answered […]

The Goblin Emperor–A Rave Review

It’s July–which for many members of the science fiction community means it’s Hugo Awards Politics Time. But it’s worth putting up with the politics because of the trade-off: an inbox full of the best science fiction and fantasy from the previous year. And so I finally got to read The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison. […]

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