Category Archives: General Features

Send Me Your Contemporary Horror Recommendations!

This is just a quick post to ask you for some help! Recommend me some contemporary horror stories, preferably written and in the short story format. Anything that you like, from any subgenre. I want to get deep in this … Continue reading

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Pausing in Blogging

Hello everyone. I’m writing this post to let readers of the blog know that I’m taking a little break from writing here. It isn’t that I’m stopping for good or anything, but that I’m right in the middle of deep … Continue reading

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Kilmercast Episode 3 and a New Website!

First thing is that Kilmercast has a new home on its own website! Second this is that we have a new episode on the Val Kilmer cornerstone film Top Gun. This is our best episode yet, and I think we’ve really … Continue reading

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A Week in the Life of a Guard on a Rooftop in Assassin’s Creed

Day One What a great job! I moved here from my home village three days ago, and all it took was bumping into one of the hundreds of guards roaming around the city in order to realize that there’s a … Continue reading

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IT IS MY BIRTHDAY

I REFUSE TO WORK

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Books I Read in 2013

For previous years, look here: 2012, 2011. This is a list of all the books that I read in 2013. The number is a little bit off — as you can see, I read a whole lot of BPRD in preparation … Continue reading

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Best of This Cage is Worms 2013

This is coming a little late, but I like to do this for my own records. This is a comprehensive list of the posts I think were the cream of the crop in 2013. You can see 2012′s list here. … Continue reading

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I Have Launched a Patreon!

So I finally decided that in a world of Patreon there was no reason not to at least attempt to recoup some of the costs of this blog and my video game creation through direct subsidization by the audience. Here … Continue reading

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Wil Shipley on John Carmack’s Code

Carmack’s code at the time was kind of amazing. In the most complimentary way possible, I call Carmack a “coding insect.” Like how a bee knows how to build a hive, Carmack codes with a complete picture in his head … Continue reading

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Lyotard on the landscape

Whether or not you ‘like’ a landscape is unimportant. It does not ask you for your opinion. If it is there, your opinion counts as nothing. A landscape leaves the mind DESOLATE. It makes lymph (the soul) flow, not blood. … Continue reading

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