Spiritual revivals are rarely easier.
Add a demon princess bent on sabotage, and you’ve got the makings of an intriguing fantasy for our times.
Jacob Airey’s “Cacophony (Volume 1)” shares …
Part of me wasn’t surprised to read about the Google engineer fired for writing an anti-identity politics manifesto.
It wasn’t the manifesto’s contents that interested me. It’s the impulse to …
Politics ruins everything. And it has infiltrated nearly all aspects of our life, including our entertainment.
Perhaps I should say, especially our entertainment.
Politics has always permeated the arts, of …
Filmmaker Michael Mailer was recently accused of “crip-face” for casting Alec Baldwin as a blind man in the newly released film, “Blind.”
Jay Ruderman, an advocate for the inclusion of …
If you’ve ever admired the cover of a Robert E. Howard Conan book, you’re probably familiar with artist Frank Frazetta.
Frazetta died in 2010, but for at least …
It took four years to get to this point.
The release of “Capps Crossing,” a horror/thriller I wrote and directed, has made it to theaters and Video on Demand.