Monthly Archives: October 2021

Midnight Mass: Catholic representation and the importance of detail

I’ve been watching Midnight Mass over the past few days, and while I did have the whole story spoiled for me before, I still enjoyed the hell out of it. To be perfectly honest, it was the spoilers that got … Continue reading

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Cocktails at six, murder at seven

Here’s a question from a few years ago, on another forum, that I still think about today: At what point in the book should the murder happen? Well, the simple answer, in my opinion, is that there are three places … Continue reading

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Awake, awake

Hail October. This year’s annual Interactive Fiction competition has just opened up, and I’ve got the games downloaded and ready to play. I finally finished my reviews for the 2019 competition a couple of days ago; I do not think … Continue reading

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