Book Review – Devolution

"Knowing you saw something is different from knowing what you saw." Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre, by Max Brooks Sasquatch. Bigfoot. Their Asian counterpart, the Yeti. These giant ape-like creatures have been mainstays in tons of folklore and urban legend for hundreds of years. For cryptozoologists, they are right up there... Continue Reading →

Movie Review – Army of the Dead

Zombies in Las Vegas?!? An undead tiger?? A bank heist attempting to outpace a nuclear missile strike? A depth of field so shallow, it makes you reconsider your vision prescription? Who would make such a thing? Zack Snyder, that's who. Spoiler-Free Synopsis A military convoy transports a creature from Area 51 and is derailed when... Continue Reading →

Book Review – American War

"Come now," said Yousef. "Everyone fights an American war." American War, Omar El Akkad I purchased this novel, American War, recently while waiting to fly out from Toronto to Calgary after finding myself with a couple of hours. The wait happens sometimes, being someone who's afraid to get caught up in some unexpected security line.... Continue Reading →

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