What’s past is prologue, and it’s probably better too! Reflections on a classic horror flick.

Review of The House of the Long Shadows, Directed by Pete WalkerSure, Wuthering Heights was fine for its day, but the modern novel has progressed beyond that. In fact, these days anyone with even a tiny bit of talent could sit down and crank out that sort of gothic tripe in less than a day! At least, so claims modernist writer Kenneth McGee—an author interested only in telling the truth and making money (not necessarily in that order). But when his publisher bets McGee that he can't write s … [Read more...]