Analysis · Podcast

Looking at: How fantastical identities help our culture approach real ones

Following up on a previous article on the works of the McElroy brothers I’m today writing about another of their podcasts, The Adventure Zone. If you are intrigued you can find the series here, I would strongly advise listening from the beginning; maybe then this whole piece might sound a little less like garbage. To… Continue reading Looking at: How fantastical identities help our culture approach real ones

Film · Podcast

A Cure for Wellness: Crimson Peak for boys

It took me a while to get the measure of A Cure for Wellness, until it struck me, this film has the Crimson Peak problem. It’s been advertised as a horror film, and sure, there’s some scary moments in there, but it’s not striving for horror. In the same way that Crimson Peak was actually… Continue reading A Cure for Wellness: Crimson Peak for boys

Analysis · Podcast

Looking at: The McElroy Brothers’ Approach to Reference

I’ve been wanting to write about The McElroy Brothers for a long time. I’ve been following their work for maybe five, six, years now. Every time I got get to go I stopped , where to start given the enormity of their released work? A recent piece by Jaime Green for bkmag.com covers their collected… Continue reading Looking at: The McElroy Brothers’ Approach to Reference