What dark secrets does the Veritas hold? Who is really the master of your fate? And what does all of this have to do with Jim Carey? I wrote and produced this experimental little video essay to tackle the Big Questions posed by Doctor Who's controversial Monk trilogy. Watch it if you're curious. Feel free... Continue Reading →
Review: A Swashbuckling Romance!
Fans have been celebrating this as a kind of queer epic for weeks, and I was a sceptic, to be honest, that the show was really going to be capable of pulling off a fun pirate romp and an effective, central gay romance at the same time, especially seeing as neither is easy to do... Continue Reading →
The Mountain We Can’t Climb
It’s February 2020, and I’m on my annual Groundhog Day movies marathon. If you don’t know, Groundhog Day is about a man stuck in a time-loop on February 2nd, where every day is the exact same as the day before, and in recent years it has spawned a whole sub-genre of similar movies with varying... Continue Reading →
Dracula Does Double Duty
[This was originally posted in early 2020 under the title "Holistic Storytelling in Doctor Who". Minor such edits] There’s a line from Steven Moffat’s Dracula that jumped out at me this year, and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. Regarding the three seemingly arbitrary rules that govern a vampire, Van Helsing reasons “But you... Continue Reading →