I have something to admit. I live for the low blows and logically-inept battleground of Internet comment boxes. I know it’s a war where nothing is ever won, but I shoulder arms nonetheless.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Human Tetris by Vi Khi Nao and Ali Raz. (11:11 Press)
It’s not just me, right? I’m of the mind that we’ve given ourselves over to stupidity. And I’ve got the Internet research to prove it.
It’s been over twenty years since Harry Potter took over the world. However, if you return to Hogwarts with adult eyes, is the magic still there?
Jason Arment reviews Ready or Not, a black comedy horror film about a newlywed swept up in her new family’s wedding ritual. (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Road Warrior Hawk: Poems about Depression, Anxiety and Pop Culture by Brian Alan Ellis. (House of Vlad)
Jason Arment reviews The Mountain, a film loosely based on the lobotomist Walter Freeman about a tour to promote his recently-debunked procedure. (Kino Lorber)
The Red Pill documentary film exposes a subset of men’s rights activists: women who are anti-feminist. The irony is that feminism gave them the opportunity to rail against it. Onward and upward, ladies.
Anna Sherman’s travel book about Tokyo reads like no other: part history, part fiction, all grounded in fact. A staggering reassembling of an ancient city turned neon metropolis. (Picador)