What might happen in season two of ‘Stranger Things’?
Also, some more thoughts about why, exactly, the show is so powerful and endearing for me.
Return to the Satellite of Love: The New ‘MST3K’ Is Coming to Netflix
And it’s going to feature a crazy amount of talent, too.
Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ Is a Perfect Example of How to Use Nostalgia Well
It’s been a long time since I’ve watched something that hits so many of my favorite tropes and narrative ideas.
Maybe Obama Is Responsible for Trump’s Pervy Logo
The logo’s brief existence was long enough to spark an outpouring of derision for its… prurient connotations.
I Think I’m Going to Need 4 Seasons of ‘Stranger Things’
After one episode, this delightfully creepy throwback to classic ’80s Spielberg has me hooked.
Slow by Starflyer 59
For over two decades, Jason Martin’s “blue collar” approach to music has resulted in an impressively reliable discography.
Lois McMaster Bujold’s ‘Curse of Chalion’ is the Best Fantasy Novel I’ve Read in Years
It’s refreshing to read about a fantasy hero who has no desire to be a hero, but rather, wants only to live humbly and quietly.
The ‘Rurouni Kenshin’ Movies Are Finally Coming to the States
The trilogy will get a limited theatrical run followed by a home video release.
July Skies in Concert (Cafe Oto, London, June 4, 2016)
Antony Harding’s ephemeral music holds up pretty well in a live setting.
The Church Needs Music That’s More Than Just “Positive and Encouraging”
If the Bible has room for Job, Psalm 88, and Lamentations, then the Church’s music should have room for such content, too.