Film & Video
Hard To Deicide
The Frankenstein & Cain Motifs in Dystopian Cinema: better eat your young before they eat you.
The end of the world can be much more fun than you might think. The last of Ian's ramblings about dystopia in media.
Good, The Bad, & The Terry
Terry Explains Why After Watching So Many Great Films, He
Still Has Such Bad Taste
Digitally Bridged Divide
New Possibilities With Digital Video
am not a critic
(I am a human being) - Terry Pleads For Understanding In
a Cold, Heartless World
A Unique Production Experiment
Terry Loves His Sony
Some quick tech notes from Terry, and a review of "Final
Cut Pro3 and the Art of Filmmaking"
Are actually more fun than a whole barrel full
Hey 2005! 1984 called & said it wants its plot back!
Part of our series on negative utopias in film and books
Terry Spends Some Time in the Advanced Troma Unit
Helen Killer Puns, Anyone?
The Last Vampire
An Anime-ted Review
All The Thirteen-Year-Olds Agree: Classic Cinema!
Angels: Full Throttle
Terry gives it some gas
City Of God
This Review is Definitely One or the Other
Terry Gets His Dag On
...Darker Box Office
We liked this movie, but we may have only hallucinated it...
Erotic Nights Of The Living Dead
Fantasy: The Spirits Within
Voyage of Sinbad
Shhh! Don't Tell Terry It's Just Clay...
House Of Sand And Fog
Even The Two-Year-Olds Approve
Brown & Pulp Fiction Special Edition DVD's
Terry Kneels Before His DVDeity
of the Rings
And one ring shall rule them all. But three DVD releases
from New Line will rule our pocket books...
Martin Scorsese Collection
Terry Unloads on the Reloaded Critics
of the Apes
Ian wants to shock your monkey.
of the Vampires
Dogs 10th Anniversary DVD
Somebody Get Terry a Bib....
er, I mean Resident Evil
No, It's Not a Magazine or a Fragrance
Val Kilmer: More Than Just A Pretty Face
Somebody Pass Terry A Hanky
Trek 2:Wrath of Khan
Wars: The Phantom Menace
Terry JarJars Commonplace Perceptions
Terry Smokes Crack, Reviews Movie
Good, Unclean Fun
Negative Utopias (Pt. I)
It's Never Too Late for the End of the World as we Know It
Terry Gets On The Soapbox
Ten Hot Topics for August
2002, A Space Anomaly
Terry reflects on a year of adulterous, lying politicians, heavy metal, and creamy peanut butter
"Democratic Leadership" Is An Oxymoron
Part Two of "Can the Left Get it Right?"
Alright, Where'd You Hide That Freedom of Information, Anyway?
Ian interviews Joseph Haney, creator of CitizenSource.com
Can The Left Get It Right?
How Democrats Can Avoid Being "The Other Cola"
And Then Your Kids Pay For It
War Still Sucks
You Don't Have To Be A Liberal To Hate It
Empire of the Son
The Madness of Kings named George and the Pax Americana
Why We Support Wes Clark
Terry & Ian Get More Partisan than Fox News
2004 Primary Polls
Echopraxia Elects Alfred E. Newman
2004 Presidential Polls
And Kerry Wins! Or, um, hold on a sec...
Fight for your Right to Copyfight
RunDMCA, Run: Part 1 in a series on the "copyfight" movements
Read The O'Reilly Emails
They're that much better because he never replies...
Geraldo Kills O'Reilly With Friendly Fire
Why we're turning off our TV and seeing if we can still read
Who Owns Your Media?
That's a question that unfortunately seems to concern the people who buy CD's, DVD's and books a lot less than the people who produce and distribute them
Music & Audio
MP3 Dot Bomb
Sifting Through the Wreckage of an Internet Innovator
Uploading our Frustration with Downloading
Once Were Dinosaurs
Thoughts on Major Labels
The Music Industry Toast?
It Tastes Great With JamBands... An Interview with Ben Colmery
Resources for Musicians
Rust Never Sleeps
But It Didn't Seem Especially Alert In Seattle
Creedence Clearwater Revival
You can take the Ian out of the
trailer park, but you can't take the...
Ian Gray Confesses to Fandom and Gives Peter Gabriel's Ironically-Titled
New CD a Spin
Ian Gray's Homonculus is Happy
Publishing & Books
Available In Paperhack
Ian snuggles up with his 19" Dell to review some eBook
Ian Looks Back at the Golden Years of Film Threat Magazine
there an Echo in Here?
Ian reviews the book reviews, reviews the book reviews
by Vlastimil Kula
Published by Taschen Books
by Bob Carlos Clarke - Terry mentally undresses strangers
on his coffee table
The Complete Works of Hajime Sorayama (Someday, I have
to sit at Terry's coffee table- ed.)
by Ellen Von Unwerth - Finally, a book about women who end
up captive and enslaved, that "isn't graphic or offensive in any way".
by Dave Naz - Terry gets his Panties in a bunch
Depot 3: Ballistics
by Masamune Shirow - Terry goes ballistic over more Anime
The Last Vampire 2002
Graphically violent Anime: it's not just for kids anymore...
York Hotel Story
What is it with Terry & the Hotel Books?
First Time I Got Paid For It...
Sheesh. I'm Not Even Getting It, Let Alone Getting PAID
Hotels (A Taschen Book)
Terry reads a book about hotel rooms he can't afford
Birth of the Beat Generation
Terry hits the road, Jack Kerouac, and don't he come back
Fetish by Chas Ray Krider (A Taschen Book)
Terry continues to explore his Motel
Some Quick Re-Reads
Ian Gray Gets Echopractic With His Bookshelf