- 1920s 1930s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s Academy Awards Agatha Christie Batman Buffy the Vampire Slayer Cibo Matto Cinema Classical Studies Comedy Coming of Age [genre] Crime Caper [genre] Cyberpunk Dashiell Hammett Design Philosophy Dirty Secrets Documentary Espionage [Genre] Fair Play Mysteries Fantasy FATE GM Alasdair GM Dale Homer Horror Ian Fleming's James Bond IMDb Top-250 James Ellroy Jean Baudrillard Joss Whedon KapCon LARP Magic Realism Narrative Structure Noir NZFF PedoNoir Player Advice Politics Post-apocalyptic Pulp Fiction [Genre] Raymond Chandler Religion Revenge [Genre] Ridley Scott Robin D Laws Romance [genre] Satire Scenario Design Contest Science Fiction Seismic Design Sexual Politics Skop Skiet en Donner Story Mechanics Superheroes Systems Thinking The Art of the Con [genre] The Wachowskis TIFF Time Travel Travel Urban Fantasy US of A Veronica Mars William Gibson William Shakespeare Zack Snyder Zombies
Tag Archives: Time Travel
If the key to understanding a person really is understanding their hobby horses, then understanding me is a matter of understanding the Mystery-Investigation Complex. While I love science fiction and fantasy, my truest love is the detective story, whether playing … Continue reading
The best fiction is never merely what it appears to be. I think we all understand this instinctively, and the role of the Critic is to go mining for greater, deeper and wider meanings in works that are not apparent … Continue reading
With Kevin Kulp’s TimeWatch in the back of my mind, I sat down to watch the pilot of this new SyFy Channel original. It looked great, but even allowing for the usual jitters and settling in problems of a new … Continue reading
Spoilers ahoy. Go read the short story, and then come back here. Trust me, just do it.
We tend to think of Time Travel as the quintessentially Sciency Science Fiction. Time Travel narratives are narrative Rube Goldberg machines – the fascination comes from the surprising juxtaposition of events that lead inexorably down a path of barely-believable convolution. Deja … Continue reading