King Arthur: Not Awesome Enough

We all know about King Arthur. The mythic first king of England, wielder of Excalibur, the sword in the stone and/or given to him by the mysterious Lady in the Lake, subject of countless literary romances across hundreds of years and several languages, a variety of classic dramatic modern films Continue reading King Arthur: Not Awesome Enough

The Recursive Joke that’s Appeared in Vampire Literature

Vampire literature has existed by that name for roughly two hundred years now. Since then it has expanded into one of the most prevalent, powerful, and parodied genres on the literary and cinematic scene. It’s had a profound influence on media as a whole, and is considered an important enough Continue reading The Recursive Joke that’s Appeared in Vampire Literature

My Idea for the Age of Ultron End-credits Scene

As I’m sure you all know, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron is coming out next week, and is a bout a genocidal robot with an army of android drones who sings Disney songs. I am also sure you know that Marvel movies are notorious for their use of end-credit scenes, Continue reading My Idea for the Age of Ultron End-credits Scene

How The Matrix Could Have Been Better

I’m going to assume you’re all at least passingly familiar with the film The Matrix. If you’re not, I really can’t explain why you’re reading my nerdy-ass blog in the first place. In any case, The Matrix is a film (nearly everyone denies it being a film series) in which Continue reading How The Matrix Could Have Been Better