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The Last Ringbearer by Kirill Eskov

Literature has for the longest time inspired alternative looks and reinterpretations of nearly every work ever written, and on several occasions people write full length novels inspired from these interpretations. While most can be dispelled as simple fan fiction, a select few, known as parallel

South Park: How Comedy Should Be

Tonight was the premiere of South Park’s 15th season. Having just finished watching the episode, I can tell you the show has not lost it’s signature over the top satirical edge that made it famous. Not too spoil too much, but tonight the show took

The Crow

I recently heard a horrifying bit of news from a friend of mine. Specifically, that there is an upcoming remake of one of my all-time favorite movies, The Crow. The fact that they are remaking this movie at all scares me, especially when combined with

Fixing the History Channel

While I was growing up, I adored the History Channel. Along with several other sources, it fed my childhood obsession with history which has endured to this very day. So, in one of my ever increasing bouts of nostalgia, I decided to tune in to

Fueled by Ramen

Like most young American bachelors, especially college students, a few exceptions aside, my diet consists of Domino’s Pizza, Taco Bell, and energy drinks. Well, that and the foundation of any respectable bachelor’s diet, ramen. If there was ever a food that saved many a hungry