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Tokyo Ghoul: Reinventing The Undead

Day 8 Almost every culture around the world has some mythological or folklore connection with the undead. Ghosts, ghouls, demons, and zombies could almost be used interchangeably to describe such monsters. Our modern mythology (pop culture and the arts) has lent each of them a unique

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RIP Scott Wilson

The veteran actor Scott Wilson, best known for playing the character of Hershel Greene on AMC’s The Walking Dead has just passed. He apparently lost a battle with leukemia. I just wanted to take some time to say that when his character was killed off

6 Things To Watch Before Stranger Things: Season 2

WARNING The following may contain spoilers for Stranger Things seasons 1 & possibly minor spoilers for season 2. If you want to know absolutely nothing about the new season, nows your chance to turn back. You have been warned. Next month, on the 27th of October,

Star Trek, the Original Series (TOS): A Necessary Social Commentary, Part 6

This will conclude my argument that began two months back with the Axiom: Star Trek is the most influential Science Fiction television program in history. I believe my logic has been sound, although largely rhetorical.  I expected at least a few contrarian views, maybe alternatives suggested,

Castlevania(Netflix Animated Series): Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow

Netflix’s new animated series is tragically short, with the first season comprised of only four, twenty-five-minute episodes. However, what the series lacks in length it makes up with bite. Although I would consider myself a “hardcore” gamer, Castlevania is just one of those video game