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Book Review: ‘Pandemonium’ by Lauren Oliver


The second volume in Oliver's Delirium trilogy proves even stronger than the first. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Fringe): ‘A Future Imperfect’ by William S.E. Coleman


Fun with dystopian futures. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Frozen: Heart of Dread #1′ by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston


Can evil conquer the hearts of those living in a frozen but beautiful world? Will those in thrall to such evil allow the destruction of a beautiful place? Read More »

Book Review: The Crossing by Mandy Hager

Showcases the strengths and weaknesses of humanity, and the will to survive. Read More »

Book Review: Blue Friday by Mike French

Blue Friday vacillates between black humor, which can be very funny indeed, and the cognitive dissonance of an unlikely dystopia which is all too familiar. Read More »

Movie Review: Branded (2012)

Branded wasn't advertised. Because it's an abomination. Read More »

Book Review: The Kill Order by James Dashner

The Kill Order by James Dashner features powerful character growth in a post-apocalyptic world. Read More »

Interview: Branded (2012) Director James Bradshaw

Branded director James Bradshaw talks with Blogcritics Co-Executive Editor Barbara Barnett about his new movie. Read More »

Book Review: Strength and Justice: Side: Strength by Adrem Kay

Adrem Kay's Strength & Justice will keep readers guessing as Jeremy, the humorous protagonist, investigates his magical world. Read More »

Book Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver

What if love were a disease, one that could be cured by an invasive but necessary procedure, ridding the world of violence and pain forever? Read More »