This section of the site covers a broad range of literary writing, from specific reviews to argument driven essays and sometimes just vaguely coherent rambling. Columns include:
Iconic Characters of Horror Fiction: These are a collection of personal essays that talk about individual characters from horror stories that I find particularly interesting and well done.
There Goes Tokyo: Reviews of Kaiju stories – currently focused on films in particular, but it will expand to other mediums in the future.
Between Logic and Enchantment: Reviews of Fantasy Stories – currently focused on films in particular, but it will expand to other mediums in the future.
Monster Spotlight: Disjointed blog entries where I ramble about monster designs I really like.
The Bella Wallpaper: A chapter by chapter review of the Twilight saga.
How I’d Ruin It: A series of articles talking about how I’d ruin certain works of fiction if I were called on to adapt them.
First Impression Reviews: Reviews of various works of fiction done immediately after the first viewing/reading. Why do these get their own column? Well, I think to truly understand a story you need to read/watch it more than once, since a story’s first impression can be somewhat hyperbolic. However, that hyperbole can be fun in its own right, and so we have our column.