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Movie Review: ‘Paranoia’

Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman as rivals Jock Goddard and Nicolas Wyatt

Paranoia had the chance to be a really great thriller, but the story moves at a snail’s pace, possibly trying to build tension. But there is no tension whatsoever, not even when film gods Ford and Oldman are in scenes together. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Paranoia’

Father and son in a family conference. Richard Dreyfus (Frank Cassidy) and Liam Hemsworth (Adam Cassidy) in Relativity Media's Paranoia

Paranoia starring Liam Hemsworth and Amber Heard with Gary Oldman, Harrison Ford and Richard Dreyfus never builds to what its title suggests. No one, least of all the audience is afraid. Read More »

In Mass Shootings Does Government Provide the Trigger?

We're blaming all the wrong people when we should be blaming government. Read More »

Book Review: Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

This demanding, postmodern epic is a hysterical, paranoid journey through the chaos at the end of WWII. Read More »

Beware How You Break the News of a Family Death to a Child

...or, How Ernie Els ameliorated my sentiments concerning golf. Read More »

It Isn’t Paranoia If They Really Are Out to Get You

Just say no to profile-tracking Facebook apps. Read More »

Book Review: The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler/Map of Babylon by John Gossage

Washington, D.C. as seen through the gimlet eyes of a master photographer. Read More »

Another Reminder that the Extremist Fringe is Not Libertarian or Constitutionalist

Birchers and Infowarriors may be many things, but libertarians or constitutionalists they aren't Read More »

Book Review: My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery from Mental Illness by Sandra Yuen MacKay

Sandra Yuen MacKay poignantly, candidly shares her experiences with schizophrenia - it's not art, it's life. Read More »

Book Review: Strange Days Indeed: The Golden Age of Paranoia by Francis Wheen

A darkly humorous examination of the paranoid Seventies in politics, film, and literature. Read More »