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Book Review: The Dead Parade by James Roy Daley

The Dead Parade isn't exactly a fresh concept, but Daley has crafted an amusing first story here. Read More »

Book Review: Canoeing with the Cree by Eric Sevareid

Sevareid has a real knack for providing detailed imagery of the environment; the importance of the journey requires commendation. Read More »

Movie Review: 10,000 B.C.

Three words - it has dreads. Read More »

Book Review: King Leopold’s Ghost – A Story of Greed, Terror, and Heroism in Colonial Africa by Adam Hochschild

Hochschild teaches all of us a lesson; we cannot stand idly by and let political immoralities continue. Read More »

Book Review – Dead Air: A Cycling Murder Mystery by Greg Moody

A quick, fun, and painless ride, but it won't throw you over the handlebars in surprise. Read More »

Movie Review: Saw V

Taking away that chance for survival, Saw V became gross out, mindless entertainment for the demented with no relevant undertones. Read More »

Movie Review: Friday the 13th

It might get just a little bit boring, and I do think it's time to move on from Crystal Lake. Read More »

Book Review: Seabiscuit by Laura Hillenbrand

We miss Seabiscuit - but so does the racing world; in that, Hillenbrand succeeds in bringing the past to the present. Read More »

Movie Review: Creepshow

There are a couple of duds, but mostly it manages to entertain, spook, and have you laughing all at once. Read More »

Book Review: Life on the Run by Bill Bradley

Coupling his views on basketball with his foreword, Bradley's book acts as an important critique on sports culture. Read More »