The Sword And The Sorcerer is b-grade film-making at its finest. It scared the heck out of me as a little kid when my brother rented it on LaserDisc or Betamax around 1983 or so. But the sheer coolness of a THREE BLADED SWORD THAT CAN SHOOT TWO OF ITS BLADES enchanted my nine-year old brain.... Continue Reading →
The Gate gets a one line nod (like a lot of geeky 80s stuff) in my novel Vivian's Last Cigarette, which is set in 1989. I had to explain the reference to friend and author Lauren L. Garcia when she encountered it during critique... Kids today, what are you watching on VHS? ;-) Sigh. At... Continue Reading →
Today I’m at the first day of PortCon and the blog is largely on autopilot. However, as yesterday was a little thin on content, I thought I would share a fun little thing I did recently. On a whim last week, I placed a challenge on Reddit saying that if someone posted a reply with... Continue Reading →
What If? ;-)
I just find this very funny. Improvisational storytelling is also a real thing, and fun to try with creative friends! The results are often like this clip, and beyond laughter or enjoyment it can be a great way to brainstorm new ideas! Happy Thursday!