I’ve been a Donnie Yen fanboy for years, but a lot of moviegoers probably got their first sampling of his abilities in last year’s Rogue One, where he played Chirrut Îmwe, a blind warrior monk who turns out to be one of the best fighters
Looks like the marketplace for original short science fiction just got a little bit smaller. As of January 7th, Tor, one of the biggest markets for speculative fiction stories, will no longer be accepting unsolicited short fiction. Tor has been a major longtime staple in
My dear readers, like General MacArthur before me, I have returned. As no doubt many of you have noticed if you happened upon the site these past couple of months, there have been… issues. Issues with the site being offline for long periods of time.
Way back in 2010, I made the first posting on a blog I started after much prodding from some buddies. Now here we are five years later, Korsgaard’s Commentary is still here, still going strong. I continue to be amazed that what began with a few
I told you to support the Kickstarter. I told you to tun in to it’s rocking theme song. Now I am proud to tell you that Kung Fury is finally here, and it is glorious. I was hooked from the first few seconds of the
You guys remember Kung Fury, don’t you? Of course you do, this Kickstarter-funded retro action-thriller set the internet ablaze a while back, promising a high-octane cocktail of everything from vintage video games to T-Rex mounted Vikings condensed into an awesome ’80s-style cheesy action movie. Sadly, Kung
So, how’s that zombie plan of yours coming along? The reason I ask – aside from the obvious need to always be prepared to wage war against the recently risen undead at any given moment – is because thanks to a pair of Cornell graduate