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“I can’t believe this,” my mum said. “This guy was a proper fascist!” She uttered this statement at the Centraal… Read more Is It Okay to Enjoy Fascist Art? The Ethics of Cultural Debate
Does it matter what writers look like? The politically correct answer is, of course, no. Yet this week I finished… Read more Opening Pandora’s Box: On the Power of Popular Culture
I love books, period, but chick lit has always been a genre I love to hate. I just can’t get… Read more Mary McCarthy’s The Group: Will This Book Make Me Watch TV At Last?
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Even for the most determined fiction lover, a careful foray into the land of non-fiction is always a good idea.… Read more Review: The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
These are busy times for a self-declared horror, metal and science fiction afficionado. After spending much of last weekend recovering… Read more Heaven Upside Down: The Review
Literarily predisposed as I am, I rarely look forward to new film releases. But for Blade Runner 2049, the long-awaited… Read more At Last: The Blade Runner 2049 Review
Somehow, I’ve managed to manoeuvre myself in a position where watching Marilyn Manson videos counts as work. I’ve recently published… Read more “We Know Where You Fucking Live”: A Marilyn Manson Review