Tuesday, February 25 2014
Unorthodox literary tactics imbue Fallen Land with psychological drama, keen social commentary, and riveting suspense all at once.
Tuesday, September 28 2010
Mr. Peanut never truly takes off: it merely stays mired in the failings of marriage without anything resembling an in-depth look at why some people are so unhappy in their unions.
Tuesday, August 17 2010
Imagine a George A. Romero zombie flick told from the point-of-view of the zombies. It wouldn’t work, because we would have to empathize with the antagonists, which would make them seem a little less terrifying.
Monday, July 6 2009
Tuesday, July 1 2008
One of the better literary thrillers I’ve read in a long while, a revenge tale that twists into a well-constructed edge-of-your- sofa-cushion murder story.
Tuesday, June 3 2008
The story turns on the fate of two illicitly filmed voyeur videos – the saddest and strangest sexual encounters ever conceived.
Tuesday, February 12 2008
Tuesday, July 17 2007
Calamity follows lonely, brain-damaged Clayton Blaisdell Jr. in Blaze, written 30 years ago.
Friday, April 20 2007
Hopkins: "When I tell people that I just learn my lines and that's all there is to it, my wife thinks that I'm putting down the craft of acting."
Friday, April 13 2007
While it begins dully enough for an investigative thriller, Perfect Stranger quickly skids off into abject foolishness.