Marina Fontaine

DVD Review: Outland

April 6, 2019 Marina 0

Some time ago, I read an article by a publisher of a sci-fi review magazine where he offered the following test to determine if a story qualifies as proper science fiction: Can the story take […]

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Kilt Blowing: A Play in Three Parts

October 9, 2018 Marina 0

While attending DragonCon this year, I decided to check out a kilt blowing event. Being, well, myself, about half way through I realized this topic would be great blogging fodder. Thus, here goes my semi-serious […]

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A Not-Quite Movie Review: The Meg

August 20, 2018 Marina 0

I fully intended to write a real review for this one. But then I thought: who am I kidding? What could I possibly tell you about the movie that you can’t get from the trailer? […]

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To Be Men: Stories Celebrating Masculinity

June 6, 2018 Marina 1

As most anthologies, this one started with an idea, or more precisely in this case, some “what if” thinking. With endless submission calls for stories written by [insert an identity group of your choice], one […]

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On Memories and Barbecues

May 28, 2018 Marina 0

Today is Memorial Day, and our social media feeds are filled with photos, memes and articles honoring the fallen soldiers. These are proper and valuable, especially in these days where even on a holiday weekend […]

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Dear Children, We Have Failed You.

April 1, 2018 Marina 0

A common theme surrounding the current hysterical calls for gun control is that adults have failed, and it’s time for the children to come up with the solutions. Never mind that only about 10% of […]

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A Night For Freedom NYC

January 21, 2018 Marina 0

Last night it was my privilege to attend A Night For Freedom event hosted by Mike Cernovich. The event had been repeatedly misrepresented and sabotaged by the Left even before it began, and I spent […]