Episode Seven was… Bad

If you’re like me, we can assume that over one year ago you stood in line for two hours at the local movie theater to watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens. You probably walked into the the theater, found yourself a nice seat and sat in angst until LUCASFILMS melted onto the screen. It faded…

There’s Something About Oscar

It’s awards season! A very exciting time for budding filmmakers and people who still go to movie theaters (me). A lot of people don’t care about the Oscars because there’s a lot of bitterness against the system that’s in place. La La Land, a film about Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling singing or something, took…

Depressed Kid’s Guide To Post-Election Depression

So your candidate lost. You may have had high hopes. You may have been desperately biting your nails on November 8th. You may have even thought she was going to win. Perhaps you didn’t want to support her, but felt she was better than the other guy. But now the other guy has the White…

Eat Your Gender, Clean Alien Trash—All In a Day’s Work for Sundae Month

After two years of planning, designing, programming, and writing, Sundae Month—a Vermont-based game design collective—is ready for today’s release of Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor through their publisher tinyBuild. Diaries is an “anti-adventure” game about being a genderqueer janitor on a planet called Xabran’s Rock. As the release date rushed closer, I sat down with…