Kelly Mintzer hates dolls but loves movies about evil ventriloquist
dummies. She is working her way through the “Sandman” series slowly but
surely, and has been compared more than once to that iteration of Death.
Holding down South Philly with a creative writing degree and the full
series of “Hannibal," she hasn’t seen her natural hair color in years.
The Greatest Philosophical Quandary Troll Face Quest Horror 2 is not a game. It is an existential crisis. Threatening to render the most verbose reviewer mute, it challenges every perception … Read more
Absurd, adorable, irreverent, and the most fun you’ll have battling clay armies. Philosopher-poet Edwin Starr once dared to ask: “War (huh), what is it good for?” The answer, we understand, … Read more
Idle Monster Factory—the Fun of Playing God Without the Guilt We love our monsters. Hiding under beds, nibbling toes, flopping around in B-movie, rubbery glory…monsters are weird, scary, unbelievably campy. … Read more
Call of Mini Zombies 2 Lumbers Through Predictable Apocalyptic Fun Zombies are the cultural glue that binds us. They’re fast! They’re slow! Sometimes they fight plants! Maybe menace Andrew Garfield … Read more
Garbage Pail Kids Gambles on Nostalgia 1985. Future Pulitzer prize winner, Art Spiegleman, creates a series of trading cards. The premise is simple. The Garbage Pail Kids parodied Cabbage Patch … Read more