Song of Myself is probably one of the most nauseatingly oft-quoted poems, which is a shame because Walt Whitman is not just a poet but a spirit.… continue
It’s an idea so rife with comedic possibilities, it’s a wonder Mel Brooks hadn’t thought of it years ago: What if 14th-century nuns acted and spoke like 21st-century women?… continue
In 1971, Ken Russell made a controversial masterpiece called The Devils, a film that has still never been released uncut in the United States.… continue
When a normal film buff considers movies about nuns, the first titles that spring to mind are Ingrid Bergman in The Bells of Saint Mary’s or perhaps Audrey Hepburn in The Nun’s Story.… continue
While perusing my grandmother’s bookshelf over the holidays, I came across a fading but familiar collection.… continue
In real life, I reject supernaturalism.
As such, I put biblical literalism in the same bullshit bucket as faith healing, astrology, ghosts and super-powered crystals. … continue
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