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REVIEW: Side Effects

Perspective can be one of the strongest devices for a storyteller. Depending on which character’s perspective we are offered, a single string of events can be shaped to tell countless stories. A character’s perspective can even be flawed, and we … Continue reading

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REVIEW: In Need of Help

Isn’t Autumn a wonderful time of year for the movie enthusiast? This is when the reign of the summer blockbuster ends and studios begin releasing their, well, their more serious films. The reason for this is twofold. First, most film … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Hanna and The Feral Children

Two or three years ago – I don’t recall which – I first heard the story of Kasper Hauser. Kasper was a Germam boy who claimed to be held captive from birth in isolation, until his release 15 years later. … Continue reading

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REVIEW: No Adjustment Needed

In 1978, Philip K. Dick wrote an essay titled How to Build a Universe that Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later. Among other things, in this essay he mentions two themes which attracted him to science-fiction: What is reality? What … Continue reading

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