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.…


The Rise and Fall of Free Speech in America: A Retrospection

The Rise and Fall of Free Speech in America by D.W. Griffith (Palala Press, September 2015) In 1916, Hollywood filmmaker W.D. Griffith published a…


Why Protestants Struggle in Literature

Why do Protestants struggle to write good literature? It’s a question I’ve asked myself recently. I was inspired to think this over in part by some…


Laura Loomer Has Been Cursed by Shakespeare

On June 16th, 2017, the New York Public Theatre staged a production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. This production would use modern costuming.…


The Dark Tower: What’s Good, Bad, and Ugly About the Film

So let us palaver (discuss). I’ve always said that Book 1 of Stephen King's Dark Tower series was a weird novel. Three read-throughs of the novel has…


Goodbye, Mr. Bond

Recently, it was announced that Lashana Lynch will be portraying the new Agent 007, with the “James Bond” acting in a retirement role. How you react…


Auditory Blackface? A Review of Loqueesha

When I first heard about Loqueesha, I was not exactly excited to see the movie as much as I was excited to see people mad on Twitter. The trailer hit…