Girls, Guns and G-Strin...

I do not like how speculatively she’s looking at that gun. Here we are! The final installment of the Girls, Guns, and G-Strings collection! Just as a side note here, the series has been awful glib about that Oxford comma, and I’ve probably been inconsistent about applying it as well....

Lifetime Theater: The C...

Late in my critically acknowledged novel Mr Blank, our hero is asked how he got his job of working for every conspiracy, secret society, and cult on the planet. His answer? Craigslist. If you know an easier way to contact Satanists, tell me. Craigslist has become shorthand for sleazy...

Now Fear This: Drop Dea...

It’s like, a pun or whatever. Any gathering with old friends inevitably includes this moment: I make a joke about something horrifying and everyone laughs even though you can tell by the pained looks on their faces they kind of hate the part of them that finds it funny. Then one of...

Yakmala: Man of Steel

He keeps that mildly constipated look on his face through the whole movie. It’s how you know this is Serious Business. It’s unfair to compare adaptations across media. A movie should stand on its own, and even if it comes from a book, comic book, webcomic, dirty limerick, homeless...

Girls, Guns and G-Strin...

pew pew pew! Andy Sidaris is back! And with him comes the first instance of the “L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies” series title you see applied to these skin flicks. Cast: This is a weird installment to parse (aren’t they all) because of the mix of returning actors, returning characters (not...