Tag: Apocalypse

The Apocalypse Primer: Films

The Apocalypse Primer: Films

With the “Apocalypse” issue of Neon slowly rumbling over the horizon, we’ve been exploring the end of the world in a variety of literary forms. Last time we brought you our top five apocalyptic books. This time it’s films. If any of these cataclysmic endings […]

The Apocalypse Primer: Novels

The Apocalypse Primer: Novels

The apocalypse has long been fertile ground for the literary imagination. There’s something irresistably fascinating, it seems, in the idea of total destruction – whether that be by means of war, plague, natural disaster, or something more odd and unpredictable. Now more than ever, a […]

Review: “Cradle” by Flying Cafe For Semianimals

Studio: Flying Cafe For Semianimals | Buy: Steam I have an opinion about Cradle and here it is: Cradle is the most disappointing game I’ve ever played in my life. It starts out well. Better than well: great! Better than great, in fact! Cradle‘s intro […]

Review: “Snowpiercer” Directed By Bong Joon-Ho

Director: Bong Joon-Ho | Length: 126 Minutes | Buy: Amazon UK / Amazon USA | More: Website The concept behind Bong Joon-ho’s 2014 film Snowpiercer requires more than a little explanation. It is the near future, and the world has frozen; an attempt to halt […]

Review: “Incident Reports” by Caitlin Elizabeth Thomson

Publisher: Hyacinth Girl Press | Author: Caitlin Elizabeth Thomson | More: Goodreads Incident Reports. The phrase is something of a dry and oddly-menacing title for Caitlin Elizabeth Thomson’s second chapbook, released recently by Hyacinth Girl Press. It made me think that perhaps, on opening the cover, […]