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Book Review: The Road by Cormac McCarthy

A man and his son in a post-apocalyptic, horrific world struggling to survive. Read More »

Detective Fiction: The Devil is in the Details

The evolution of detective fiction from Poe to the present. Read More »

Movie Review: The Road (2009)

On the road in a bleak, post-apocalyptic dystopia. Read More »

TV Review: Livin’ For the Apocalypse

Preparing for the end of the world is a full time job Read More »

Movie Review: The Road

A harrowing and often depressing film, featuring superb performances from the adult and child leads. Read More »

On Writing, Typewriters, and Cormac McCarthy

McCarthy's is the prose of a man who has taken the time to think things through. Read More »

Movie Review: The Road

Make sure you have no sharp objects when you see this. Read More »

Movie Review: The Road Goes Sadly All the Way to Bleaktastic

It ended up most honorably sad, yet this movie never should have happened. Read More »

Movie Review: No Country for Old Men

From the directing duo who brought you Fargo and Miller's Crossing comes the story of drug deal ... gone terribly wrong. Read More »

The (Looonnng and Winding) Road Out of Telluride

Last day of the festival isn't the end of the world, but Viggo Mortensen remains The Man With The Plan. Read More »