2 items from 2014
Art and Lettering: Brett Weldele
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
There are few fears as penetrating to the psyche as isolation. The world is connected by an ethernet cable attached seemingly to our hearts. It’s becoming harder to find any solitary pleasures without feeling the need to reach into our pockets and see who is currently paying attention to us. The world has never been as small as it is today, making moments of solitary reflection truly special, yet still, companionship is only a click away. To be truly alone, completely lost, with no contact from anyone: the idea is terrifying.
What appears to be a cash in on the commercial and critical success of the film Gravity, Aron Warner’s Pariah is a different entity altogether. While the premise may be similar, astronauts stranded in space, »
- Sean Tonelli
Free Birds came out in a bang, but it didn’t really get a lot of attention beyond the holiday push, and I wonder if that isn’t because it was simply dismissed as being too holiday-gimmicky for a holiday that doesn’t have an established history with films. With Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson, and Amy Poehler, and a curiously fun story, you’d think this one would have made more of a mark on the year. Despite the animation-heavy year, this one deserves to have more people talking about, and the release is one that is definitely worth picking up.
Reggie (Wilson) is a bit of an odd turkey, and his nagging desire to think about things other than corn doesn’t make him a lot of friends on the farm. Just when Reggie thinks he might be getting somewhere with the other turkeys (only to find out that »
- Marc Eastman
2 items from 2014
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