Tag Archives: Schiller
No crime scene this week, no body dump … we begin with biohazard containment. A blogger has been killed by an unknown pathogen and dumped in a pile of veterinary waste. Her fiance, a source in the pharmaceutical industry, and … Continue reading
A couple years ago when reading some television criticism something stuck out at me that had always just floated below the surface for so long: that TV episodes and movies were structured around three acts. And everywhere I went I’d … Continue reading
“Wrath of the Titans” is not actually any good. It has a large (enough) budget, it has a(n over-)qualified cast, and its plot is (moderately) coherent. It is not, however, any good. It’s not even mediocre; it is inanely mundane … Continue reading
— Fr. Schiller, “On the Pathetic” We rewatched all but the last twenty minutes of “Kontroll” last night after our rotation (we finished it today). Thereafter I put on “Clerks”, silently, in the background while sitting in the office and … Continue reading
Sunday celebration, Monday rotation, and various and sundry.
Why there was never that crossover marketing with ‘The X-Files’ I’ll never understand …