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Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Mercury Fur’ by Philip Ridley at The New Group

Pictured: Jack DiFalco, Tony Revolori, Peter Mark Kendall, Sea McHale, Zane Pais in The New Group production of Philip Ridley’s “Mercury Fur,” directed by Scott Elliott. This production plays a limited Off-Broadway engagement through September 27 at The Pershing Square Signature Center. PHOTO CREDIT: Monique Carboni.

Dystopian visions are everywhere on stage and screen these days, but the powerful and disturbing 'Mercury Fur' stands out. Read More »

The World May End on December 21!

A vast number of accounts call for the world to end on December 21, 2012 Read More »

Book Review: The Mers by Ami Blackwelder

Sometimes the truth can set you free, but it just as often brings more problems and often danger. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Doomsday Cabaret at the Hollywood Fringe Festival

Michael Shaw Fisher's entertaining end-of-the-world rock musical premieres at this year's Hollywood Fringe Fest. Read More »

Are We Living in the End Times?

When I organized a discussion group about the book Left Behind, many were literally waiting in line to read every new release in the series. People either loved it or hated it. Read More »

Book Review: Bold As Love by Gwyneth Jones

This fantasy disaster fiction from a decade ago has hardly dated at all. Read More »

DVD Review: Phase 7

The world is ending. Got ammo? Read More »

Science and Mankind

Will Science exterminate the world? Read More »

The End: Preoccupied with Our Own Demise

Americans are fixated on our demise — whether at the hands of aliens or apes. Read More »

Left Behind: For Many, World Ended in 2008

Will that pre-recession world ever return? Or might something different, perhaps even better, arise from the ashes of those American dreams that have turned into nightmares? Read More »