Thomas Pynchon’s writing career has spanned half a century, earning him much critical acclaim. Believe it or not, Pynchon has written a novel in a steampunk vein, a weighty 2006 tome called Against the Day. Happily, it was available in audiobook, which these days is the only way I can find time for such a […]
Holy Motors, Batman!
Pardon the pun, as this review has nothing to do with the Caped Crusader. It’s about the award-winning 2012 film Holy Motors by French writer/director Leos Carax. We had heard it was weird and interesting and that one actor played most of the parts. It sounded intriguing, but after watching it, Arlys and I were […]