Echo from the East: An Interview with Xi Nan and Fish Lu

This Friday, Terror House Press will release its fifth book: With Light and Dust by Xi Nan and Fish Lu, a collection of Chinese minimalist poetry…


Chris Chibnall Doesn’t Understand Doctor Who

I really enjoy watching Doctor Who. And more than that, I enjoy dissecting Doctor Who. During the Russell T. Davies era, I enjoyed watching Peter Kay…


Rise of the Goatmen: A Review of Into the Vortex by Brian Eckert

"Clip-clop. Clip-clop. Clip-clop." --- Goatman, Into the Vortex I like to think of myself as a goatman. I run freely through the pastures. These are…


The Dystopian Genre is Dead

One of the inspirations for my upcoming novella The Pilgrim’s Digress was the realization that the time of the dystopian genre in the West has come…


War in the Spring: A Review of The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers

The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers (Little, Brown, and Company, September 2012) “So, what drew you to this novel?” asks my roommate. “Well, you see,…


The Long Goodbye: A Review of Star Wars — The Rise of Skywalker

I’d ordinarily start off a review of a Star Wars movie by lambasting the retarded fanboys who keep lining up like cattle on a slaughterhouse conveyor…


Revolt Against the Modern Orgasm: An Interview with Richard Power

Next Friday, Terror House Press will release its first book: Letters from a Heartbroken Pervert by Richard Power, a sex-soaked memoir about life in…


It Chapter Two Offends All the Populations it Wants to Be Woke With

One way to start a deeply critical review begins with, “I had so much faith.” And I did. I was so impressed by the first half of this remake that I…


Incelsploitation: A Review of Cuck

Last month, Apple TV debuted a new miniseries based on the life of Emily Dickinson, rewriting history to depict her as a grrl-power feminist who goes…


Sympathy for the Devil: A Review of Joker

In the summer of 2006, I was dropped off in Plattsburgh, New York, a small town about an hour south of Montreal, for my college freshman orientation.…