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News and reviews of dramatic media

Review: “Crimson Peak”

October 17, 2015 |

“Crimson Peak” is not a horror film. With the time of year, however, I can see why Legendary and Universal Pictures would want to bill it as such—but more on that later in the review. First let me say that … Read More

Hannibal’s Last Course

September 3, 2015 |

Welcome back guest writer Nat, who delves into the end of the TV show “Hannibal.”

The Romeo and Juliet-like story of two star-crossed lovers—a serial killer who indulges in cannibalism and the profiler tasked with catching him—came to a close … Read More

My Favorite Movies of 2014

December 19, 2014 |

We’re approaching the end of the year, time for a year in review thingy!

I’m afraid that my 2014 movie feeling is a resounding “meh.” I was so excited for movies like Lucy and Guardians of the Galaxy and while … Read More

Ten Second Reviews: Amelia’s November

November 21, 2014 |

More ten second reviews from the Can’t Talk team who brought you other ten second reviews.

Neverwhere the audio book: Great, fun read by Neil Gaiman (author and voice performance). I am the only one in my family who enjoyed this, … Read More

Review: Gone Girl

October 24, 2014 |

I spoil this movie freely in the following review. Trigger Warning: somewhat graphic discussion of rape and other sexual/physical assault.

I have not read the book, so I’m sure there’s a lot of pendantic fuckery that I didn’t get from … Read More

10 Second Reviews: October 23, 2014

October 23, 2014 |

Short for time? Gobble up these easily digested 10 Second Reviews.


American Gods by Neil Gaiman: The Tenth Anniversary Edition (A full cast production). The narrators were great and I want to like this book. I couldn’t get into … Read More

Gone Home & the Changing Face of Games (Minor Spoilers)

May 14, 2014 |

It’s hard to talk about Gone Home without spoiling the story because Gone Home is the story. The gameplay is different than what we’ve come to expect in games; there’s no pressure to succeed and no real risk of failure. … Read More