Tag Archives: hauntology

Warren Ellis at Haunted Machines

This is a talk of Warren Ellis playing his history is the future in the past tune, and it’s one that I like a whole hell of a lot. However you feel about his writing in comics and otherwise, I … Continue reading

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Designing Horror: Metro 2033

This post is part of the Designing Horror series. Game: Metro 2033 No one told me that this game was actually good when it came out, so when I picked it up for $5 on a Steam sale whim, I … Continue reading

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Current Times 14

1. This is an interesting Wired article about disability and gaming. Like the comics industry, gaming industry is not known for straying outside of its tried-and-true base of young men. I will be very, very surprised if the industry responds … Continue reading

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1. Patrick Rothfuss wrote a little piece on American Gods. I think that it’s fun, and it really speaks to an enjoyment of the book that I feel. I saw P. Roth on a panel at The House on the … Continue reading

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Music Time 14

This is Burial. Listen to the track. There’s something haunting and  beautiful about it–Warren Ellis says that this album is one of the first examples of hauntology in music (I don’t know about that.)

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