Today we discuss one of my favorite topics: Time Travel. Specifically, causal loops and how they are mistreated in most time travel stories. We deal with everything from Terminator to Back to the Future to About Time to The Butterfly Effect. None of the mainstays are safe!
Today we jump into 10 Things Lost in Translation from Stephen King's 1986 masterpiece, IT. We discuss things most people don't talk about, including Pennywise's origins, the structure of the book, the taboo sex scene, Pennywise's weakness, as well as many others.
Not necessarily an accurate title, but, regardless, The Ninth Gate is an awesome movie directed by Roman Polanski, while you could somewhat still categorize Johnny Depp as "normal." This week, I do things a little bit differently and delve into the differences between the book and its film adaptation, though I do have issues with calling it that.
Afterward, I look into the characters and how despicable they can be.
And here's my second video in my Analysis series. This could also be titled "Where It Went Wrong." Daybreakers is one of those special cases where it could lose you over and over again, but somehow manages to drag you through this insane vampiric dystopia.
YellowBrickRoad is an existential horror set in the woods of New Hampshire. It melds the futile search into unanswerable questions with a mystery of why a whole town would walk into the wilderness wearing their Sunday best.
The Dubious Consumers Podcast
Started in October 2014, The Dubious Consumers Podcast covers all forms of entertainment, from movies, video games, music, opera, poetry, and everything else under the sun. Sometimes in the darkness too. Our current
Justin is a Fantasy Noir author with four completed novels under his belt. He has been writing novels for over ten years and absolutely loves dark, twisted stories that take readers into unexpected places.
Analyzing stories are his passion and he often takes them to task for not logically thinking out their storylines.
Find out more about him here.