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Worm Your Way

Looking into mythology and fiction involving giant worms is a little tricky because it seems like a lot of early societies thought worms and snakes were variations on the same thing. I guess they didn’t want to investigate all that … Continue reading

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Spice and Sprites

Dune, by Frank Herbert – This was a book I’d heard referenced a lot, but really didn’t know what to expect aside from a planet with sandworms. I’d never seen any of the movies or anything. I didn’t love it, … Continue reading

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The Ghost with the Most…Unanswered Questions, That Is

I understand that a script is currently in the works for Beetlejuice 2, which I probably would have considered good news at one point. Not so much now, when the recent Tim Burton movies I’ve seen just totally bored me. … Continue reading

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I Do Believe in Spooks

Happy Halloween! Here’s a look at the latest Netflix selections Beth and I watched. Hatchet II – We saw the first one a while back, but I don’t know that I wrote anything about it. It was basically a slasher … Continue reading

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