Mad and Magic: A Review of Love is a Dog from Hell by Charles Bukowski

Love is a Dog from Hell by Charles Bukowski (HarperCollins Publishers, 2002) Love is a Dog from Hell features Charles Bukowski’s poems from 1974…


In Praise of Evil

The words “uncomfortable” and “unsafe” occupy positions of unquestionable power. To ignore them, when they are deployed, amounts to heresy, to…


The Mandalorian: A Great Adventure

With the hilariously flawed and downright disappointing sequel trilogy already forgotten, the Star Wars franchise needed to prove itself worthy of…


Donald Trump: A Wholesome Dr. Mabuse

I want Donald Trump to be Caesar. I want him to be Napoleon. I would love to see the day when he, the descendant of King Christian I of Denmark,…


Liminal Spaces: A Review of The Goddess of Macau by Graeme Hall

The Goddess of Macau by Graeme Hall (Fly on the Wall Press, 2020) Macau is a liminal space in at least two senses. First, it is a former colony of…


Beyond “Saturnz Barz”

When Gorillaz entered the music scene in 2001, they made history as well as hit songs. As one of the world’s first “virtual bands,” the group is made…


Where to, Pal? A Review of 6 to 6 by Mather Schneider

6 to 6 by Mather Schneider (Terror House Press, 2020) Mather Schneider, an American writer now residing in Mexico, once made his living driving a…


Barbarians: A Netflix Review

Having been impressed by Netflix’s Outlaw King in 2018, which was a surprisingly realistic account of Robert the Bruce’s rise to power, I decided to…


A Life of Beauty: An Interview with Faisal Marzipan (aka the Lebanotarian)

This Friday, Terror House Press will release its 15th book: The White Swan by Faisal Marzipan (aka the Lebanotarian), an exhortation on beauty and…


Lord of the NEETs: A Review of Into the Vortex by Brian Eckert

Into the Vortex by Brian Eckert (Terror House Press, 2020) Brian Eckert’s Into the Vortex is a hilarious take on bugman culture versus anon culture…