Echoes of Valhalla: By Jón Karl Helgason
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Echoes of Valhalla: By Jón Karl Helgason

The author's look at Icelandic sagas is aimed beyond academic circles to inquiring readers of…

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Evidence: by Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan
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Evidence: by Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan

Evidence was at the crossroads of a number of ideas about art and photography that,…

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Hystopia: by David Means
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Hystopia: by David Means

Quickly gets lost in its own self-awareness, scribbling curlicues of style that mix numerous layers…

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No Wall Too High: by Xu Hongci
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No Wall Too High: by Xu Hongci

Should any of us ever find ourselves in such an unfathomable position, let us hope…

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Deep Red (Cultographies): by Alexia Kannas
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Deep Red (Cultographies): by Alexia Kannas

Kannas invites us to look further into Deep Red, allowing viewers to either discover or…

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The “Odessey”: The Zombies in Words and Images: by Rod Argent, Colin Blunstone, Hugh Grundy and Chris White with Scott B. Bomar and Cindy Da Silva
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The Abominable Mr. Seabrook: by Joe Ollmann
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The Abominable Mr. Seabrook: by Joe Ollmann

A Rage for Order: by Robert F. Worth
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A Rage for Order: by Robert F. Worth

The authoritarian’s favorite play is to keep people divided and afraid for as long as…

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Gas Stop: by David Freund
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Gas Stop: by David Freund

Anyone who’s driven through wide stretches of the country knows there are still quirks if…

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Six Four: by Hideo Yokoyama
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Six Four: by Hideo Yokoyama

Six Four is nothing more than a dull, glacially-paced, overlong genre exercise that never truly…

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