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My mind rebels at stagnation. Find the rebellious thoughts of that constantly racing mind at my blog, Monitoring the Media.

Comic Book Review: ‘The City on the Edge of Forever’ by Harlan Ellison and J.K. Woodward

city on the edge of forever comic

A classic Trek episode gets its comic book miniseries adaptation. Read More »

DVD Review: Eugene Onegin (Live in HD)

Eugene Onegin at the Met

This new staging of the “timeless tale” of "Eugene Onegin" is younger, “sexier,” flashier than its predecessor. It works – and it doesn’t. Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Veronica Mars’ (The Movie)

veronica mars

For a movie funded by fans and made on a relatively low (for Hollywood) budget, this has all the hallmarks of a professional production. Read More »

‘Shatner’s World’ Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

William Shatner

Billed as a “larger than life voyage through William Shatner’s Life and Career,” it sounds like just an adventure of which Captain Kirk would be proud. Read More »

Interview: Ian Doescher, Author of ‘The Empire Striketh Back’

empire striketh back

Ian Doescher talks about getting on his iambic pentameter. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Empire Striketh Back’ by Ian Doescher

empire striketh back

The second entry in the Star Wars trilogy gets its Shakespearean adaptation. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Sherlock – Season Three’

Sherlock_S3_DVD

This season is – well, a mess. It creates a world whose rules it doesn’t follow, and doesn’t even try for believability. It plays fast and loose with reality. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Werther’ Live in HD

werther

The Metropolitan Opera has yet again staged this piece, the latest in its series of Live in HD broadcasts of operas to theaters the world over. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Wilde Passions of Dorian Gray’ by Mitzi Szereto

wilde

A sequel to Oscar Wilde's work takes a classic creation and distills away much of his complexity. Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Game of Thrones, Season Three’

Game of Thrones

Though there are minor flaws scattered here and there, it’s still an investment worth making. Read More »