by Lee Cross Once upon a time, there was a modestly budgeted movie (well relatively, it’s pretty messed up that tens of millions of dollars isn’t considered to be that much… but it isn’t) called Ironman. It was a movie about a self-obsessed billionaire, acting like a self-obsessed billionaire. Well, that’s one way of looking … Continue reading 4 Literature Gems Just Waiting to Become Shared-Universe Movie Franchises
by Simon Critchlow The baroque period is generally considered as being from around 1650-1750 and the classical period from around 1750-1830. To illustrate the changes in style between these two periods, I’ve chosen two pieces by the titans of each era: J.S. Bach in the Baroque corner and Mozart in the Classical corner. The two … Continue reading What is the difference between Baroque and Classical Music?
The mysterious mystery of the missing mysteries. [Working Title] by Lee Cross Chapter One – A case of the terrifyingly obvious. “Rain, rain go away, and come back another day”, wouldn’t the weather broadcast on television be a lot more interesting if it had information like that on it. “Red sky at night, Shepherd’s … Continue reading The Mysterious Mystery of the Missing Mysteries