Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Moving Pixels Podcast: Nearly Happily Ever After

A day later than usual, but this podcast marks a point near the end of our discussion of The Wolf Among Us. I seem to recall liking this episode a bit better than the previous ones.

Moving Pixels Podcast: Nearly Happily Ever After

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Prophesy

The need of the high-density technological society will soon be for less family and more inter-connection in sex. Since sex is, after all, the most special form of human communication, and the technological society is built on expanding communication in much the way capitalism was built on the expansive properties of capital and money, the perspective is toward greater promiscuity.
--Norman Mailer, 1973

Friday, August 15, 2014

Thursday, August 14, 2014

The Religion of the Dark Knight

Another article worth reading by UWSP English major Paul Grosskopf:

The Religion of the Dark Knight

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Pursuing the Plumber: Sex Role Reversals in Leisure Suit Larry

A few thoughts on a very old, very trashy game. That being said, some of this discussion is likely going to be useful to me for some other things I'm writing, and to be frank, the most extreme genres are often the starkest and most straightforward in their symbolism. They become easy to make a point with. Horror works as easily as sex farce and vice versa.

Pursuing the Plumber: Sex Role Reversals in Leisure Suit Larry

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Oh, and my parents love me

Oh, and my girlfriend loves me
They keep photos of me