Category Archives: fantasy

TV’s Bad Boys and Violence

TV is more violent than ever before. Violent deaths, assaults, and other brutality fill the screen. At a time when TV has never been more oriented towards the female viewer? What gives? The answer of course lies in the type … Continue reading

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The Failure of American Power

Steve Sailer has written on the 20th anniversary of the Highway of Death, and the awesome power of American air power. Which is undeniably potent. But also an undeniable failure, in achieving American national security goals. Obama’s war but not … Continue reading

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Twilight at Comic-Con: The Feminization of Fantasy

I half expect a South Park Episode to come out any day now, based on the tween girl explosions over vampires and fantasy: “Reading is Gay.” Fantasy, a realm formerly associated with nerdy males and authors like Robert E. Howard … Continue reading

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Twilight is Junk

Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight,” based on the best-selling novel of the same name, opens today in movie theaters across the nation. Deadline Hollywood Daily has predictions of a $60 million weekend box-office. By all accounts, “Twilight” is a huge marketing and … Continue reading

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