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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Hercules Movie Review

In the collective pantheon of Gods and heroes, and the legends that surround them, few are as ubiquitous as the tale of the Greek demigod Hercules. Though varying in details, most versions of the legend are similar enough that I don’t need to explain it,

The Journeyman by Michael Flynn

I may have mentioned before that I am a devoted reader of Analog Science Fiction and Fact, and in my time reading the magazine, one of the many great short stories that stuck with me was one published in 2012, The Journeyman: On the Shortgrass

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Korsgaard’s Commentary turns 4 Today

My dear readers, I can hardly believe it’s already been another year. On this day back in 2010, I made my first post on a newly born blog – today, Korsgaard’s Commentary turns 4. I wouldn’t have believed making those first few bashful postings that

Top 10 Best Monty Python Sketches

My dear readers, I just got back from attending the simulcast of the final night of Monty Python Live (Mostly), the long talked about Monty Python reunion for one last big show before the five surviving members join the late Graham Chapman in the bleedin’

Snowpiercer Movie Review

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times – at least that is the case at the multiplex this week, where a pair of recent releases provides an interesting case of cinematic contrast-and-compare. On one hand, you have the latest bog-standard