Edgar Wright Reaches the World’s End

@3: Fun fact!: The Primals directly sampled this Peter Fonda scene, from Roger Corman's The Wild Angels, on "Loaded" so...it's kind of six of one, half dozen of the other :) 

Elisabeth Moss Is a Terrifying Shirley Jackson in the First Trailer for Shirley, Released June 5
I haven't read the novel this movie was based on (by Susan Scarf Merrell), but Ruth Franklin's 2017 biography, Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life is a complex, fascinating exploration of a brilliant writer and conflicted person living a sometimes troubled, often troubling life. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in Jackson and her work.
Six Perfect Episodes of MST3K to Help You Really Just Relax

@4: MILES O'Keeffe!!!! :)

All of the choices listed above are so good, and I honestly have so many favorite episodes it's hard to pick just a few, but I think I've always had a particular weird weakness for the riffs of various Russo-Finnish fantasy movies, particularly The Magic Voyage of Sinbad (from the Joel years, which I still have recorded somewhere on a VHS tape from grade school) and Jack Frost (a Mike episode, which was a real favorite among my friends in college). The movies themselves are actually pretty enjoyable, in their bizarro-fairy-tale way, and the jokes are ridiculously quotable :)

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Heist

It's funny--I really enjoyed The Hot Rock when I saw it years ago (I've had a thing for heist movies since I was a kid, and must have bounced from The Sting directly over to The Hot Rock at some point, without knowing it was based on a book for years). Then after James brought up these books ahead of this article last week, I picked up a copy of Good Behavior and inhaled it over the weekend...I really enjoyed it (smart, funny, and silly in just the right proportions), but I find I can only picture a mid-30s Robert Redford as Dortmunder in spite of the fact that he doesn't fit Westlake's descriptions at all. 

I guess I'll have to read more of the novels until I get the right mental image. Or just learn to live with a Redford-y version of Dortmunder...(it's really not so bad :)

What We Owe to Each Other Is to Talk About The Good Place’s Finale

Thanks, Leah :) I'm also still processing the finale, and I need to watch it again to catch all the tiny jokes and call-backs to the last four seasons (and maybe cry less this time? But probably not.) But I just wanted to take a second to recommend The Good Place: The Podcast--just when I thought I couldn't love the show more, I started rewatching it along with the podcast and it just takes it all to another level.

Marc Evan Jackson (who plays Shawn) is a spectacular host, and the insights that the cast, writers, directors, and other behind-the-scenes folks bring to each episode are fascinating--but they also drive home what a truly special and inspiring project The Good Place was and is. It's a show about how to be a better person made by people who seem to have deeply embraced that question (and who also happen to be incredibly smart, funny, and charming). Can't recommend the podcast enough, if you want a deeper look into what makes the show so heart-crunchingly wonderful :)

Rewatching The Dark Crystal: Beyond Muppet Good and Evil

@4: Oh, yayyy--I've never ready it, but I would ABSOLUTELY check that out. Will start tracking down a copy (they seem to be available, happily!)

Rewatching The Dark Crystal: Beyond Muppet Good and Evil
@3: Thanks, it's been corrected; I'd misremembered/got my facts scrambled when updating the article! @2: Thanks, Jeff :) Me too... @1: When I rewatched this (yet again) a couple of weeks ago, I was with my niece (7) and nephew (10). And they just...didn't love it. It took them awhile (and some convincing) to get sucked into the story, and even though they seemed to like the ending, they just never fully clicked with it. And I have to say, even with my own quibbles with the movie as a kid, it's definitely something I watched over and over again (just slightly less than absolute favorites like Labyrinth or The Last Unicorn). And these kids *love* fantasy movies like Legend and Willow, so...not sure why they weren't as interested in The Dark Crystal. Maybe the handcrafted/puppet artistry seems odd to kids used to CGI worlds...I don't know. But I'll be interested what the audience for the new Netflix series will look like, and what the reactions will be!
For He Can Creep

I loved this! Also, for anybody interested in reading more on Christopher Smart (and Jeoffry), there's a good piece in the Paris Review and a short tribute from Robert Pinsky.

Good Omens, Part Two: Deviled Eggs and Angel Food Cake

There's so many great lines and little moments in this section, but I've always loved the fact that "The Golden Girls" is mentioned as one of Crowley's favorite shows. It just makes me so happy to imagine him with his feet up, eating cheesecake angel cake and cackling at the one-liners :)

The (Non-SFF) Television We’re Currently Obsessed With

Even though we had limit ourselves to just two shows for this article, I just want to loudly second the praise for Black Sails, and Killing Eve. And Phryne Fisher. They're all fantastic, in different and immensely entertaining ways :)

And if I haven't flouted my love for period pieces and costume dramas quite enough today, I'd also recommend The Crown on Netflix and Hulu's Harlots, which recently finished its second season. Harlots isn't perfect, but it's both interesting and engaging, with a very smart take on class and gender...and if you've already seen it or don't mind massive spoilers, you should go read everything Genevieve Valentine's ever written about it over at the AV Club; it's brilliant.

The Complete American Gods Mix Tape

@26: That's a *great* catch--I'd never made the connection (and I *love* Elvis Costello); thanks!

Podraces, Porgs, and Prop Replicas: Our Favorite Star Wars Stuff

@Jedikalos: I just wanted to say thanks so much for sharing that story, and I'm so very sorry for your loss. I'm also glad you have such a wonderful reminder of those times together. Thanks again :)

The Gospel According to Monty Python
@1 and 2: I always thought that the helpful cross-carrier was supposed to be (the Python version of) Simon of Cyrene, who had offered to/was coerced into briefly carrying the cross for Jesus in a few of the gospel narratives.
The Infinity War Trailer is Here!

Lisamarie @3: I think that's Scarlet Witch and Vision (a non-red, more human-looking Vision...which is interesting :)

We’ve Seen Your New Favorite Show, and It’s American Gods
Regarding Shadow's racial background, I'd argue that Gaiman makes it clear that the character is not white from the first couple of chapters--like most things about him, apart from his love for Laura, Shadow isn't strictly defined at the start of the narrative, but clues build up along the way (as hints begin to pile up about who he is, both as a person rebuilding his life and his identity in relation to the rest of the characters/story.) Without getting into spoilers, there's obviously a lot about Shadow's overall identity that's not revealed until almost the end of the book (and arguably, even some of that's not set in stone until "The Monarch of the Glen", the follow-up novella). However, while Shadow (and the reader) are figuring out who he really is throughout the novel, references to his race and skin tone pop up along the way, starting with the prison guard in Ch.1 (page 12 in the paperback copy I happen to have on hand) who uses several racial slurs in trying to pinpoint Shadow's race as black or Hispanic, Samantha Black Crow in Ch. 7 who asks if he has "Indian blood", the description of his skin as "coffee and cream" in color, and the fact that his mother suffers from sickle-cell anemia, which is a disease predominantly associated with people from sub-Saharan Africa, parts of India, and the Arabian peninsula; the complicated racial politics of sickle-cell and its treatment, seen primarily as a "black" disease in the U.S., have been analyzed and discussed in critical histories such as Melbourne Tapper's In the Blood and Keith Wailoo's Dying in the City of the Blues. Many readers point to Shadow's mother's disease as a means of coding her as black, or at least heavily implying that she is of African descent. Again, at no point is it explicitly written that "this character is black" or biracial, but like everything else in the book the clues add up to the fact that Shadow is, at the very least, not white and very probably multiracial. As with many other details in the book, it might require some close reading to pick up on all those elements the first time through, but it's hard to deny that they're there once you take the time to look (or reread, as necessary.)
Every Song Mentioned in Neil Gaiman’s American Gods (Plus a Few Bonus Tracks)

Laura @1: I'll take it! I have had *so* many of these songs stuck in my head over the last couple of weeks that it's like the world's weirdest permanent dance party in there, 24-7. But you can never go wrong with Liza :)

I also wanted to mention that a commenter named Dominika Adamska apparently put together a Spotify list based on the post, if anyone's interested: https://open.spotify.com/user/1166971245/playlist/158Eep6UjVN3Xh9G2J3Sab

 

Announcing George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards: The Reread!
@20: Tomorrow! Sorry for the last-minute change of plans, but due to the site problems caused by yesterday's massive Amazon outage, we had to change the schedule around. The first Wild Cards Reread post will be up tomorrow at 9 AM (EST)--I'll add the link in here once it's live. Thanks, and sorry about the delay!
Five Books About Trolls

Birgit @20: I think that may be the first time Trouble for Trumpets has ever come up on Tor.com, and it just made my day--I've been in love with that book since I was five, and still have a battered copy carefully tucked away (still holding out hope that it will come back into print some day...)

Adored with Cheerful Unreason: D.A.R.Y.L.
Dogu @27: Yes, definitely! The Nostalgia Rewatch hasn't gotten to either of those yet, but you might enjoy this essay on Flight of Dragons from a few months back!
Can Anything Save the DC Extended Universe From Itself?
@1 and @4: Sorry, that was indeed an error on our part (Alex had written "DCEU" throughout)--apologies for the mistake, which has been corrected.
Casting Patrick Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller Chronicle

[email protected]: Interesting--I'm wracking my brain for a 30-ish Fassbender-esque actor...maybe Richard Madden, who played Robb Stark on Game of Thrones? I'll keep thinking...

Casting Patrick Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller Chronicle

@hoopmanjh: I'm a huge fan of Ruth Wilson's (she's actually always been my #1 head canon choice to play Laura Moon from American Gods, but would happily watch her in anything.She's so fantastic in Luther.)

Casting Patrick Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller Chronicle

@Ross: It was! (I decided to tone it down a little bit and not link directly to the song, but I couldn't resist :)

Casting Patrick Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller Chronicle

@Sonofthunder: Well, thanks so much! I can't remember the last time I've been this excited about an adaptation, to be honest  (although now I need to obsessively reread the books, since it's been a couple years... :)

Donald Glover will be Lando Calrissian in Upcoming Han Solo Standalone Film

I am *so* excited about this. I can officially say that I've seen Lando do stand-up now (and it was amazing!)

Other Ghostbusters Songs Just as Weird as the New Ghostbusters Song

@11 STRONGLY AGREE. I mean, the man rhymes "found out about Vigo" with "the master of evil" and I love every second of it :)

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8 “No One”
So, I guess this might be a good time to admit that every time someone mentions "The Stranger" (as in one of The Seven), part of me likes to pretend that they're talking about Sam Elliott's character in The Big Lebowski (also called "The Stranger"). The Faith Militant could certainly use a little more folksy, cowboy-style narration in their approach and a whole let less...everything else, I guess?
The Movie Rewatch of Great Nostalgia: Willow
@50: Oooh, nice! I'll admit that I've always secretly hoped to find a copy of The Willow Sourcebook lurking in a closet or behind a bookshelf at Tor...apparently there's a fair amount of backstory for all of the major characters (including the story behind Bavmorda and Fin Raziel's falling out, which eventually culminates in the best sorcery duel ever :)
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 4: “Book of the Stranger”
So, the fervent Brienne/Tormund Giantsbane shipping is pretty much my favorite thing about this week so far: https://twitter.com/LadyLyanna_/status/732251286532325376
Ahoy There, Mateys! Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island

Such a great post as always, Mari--thanks! Just a fun fact, for anyone interested in odd trivia (which I first heard on QI's No Such Thing As A Fish podcast): the Scottish poet/editor William Henley, who inspired the character of Long John Silver (in manner and appearance, mainly--he was a big, bearded, affable man who'd lost a leg to tuberculosis as a child) had a young daughter who was the inspiration for Wendy Darling in Peter Pan. Henley and his family were friendly with Robert Louis Stevenson and J.M. Barrie, so it makes sense, but the connection between the two characters just delights my brain, for some reason :)

John Scalzi Has Finally Made It!

@2: Yes! I actually happened to catch this live on Friday, and the contestant representing the University of Pittsburgh (it was the College Tournament final) answered "Redshirts" correctly. I think the only question in the category that wasn't answered was the Ready Player One question (which challenged the contestants to name a certain video game, featuring a knight riding an ostrich, that appears in the book.)

The Last Mortal Bond: Chapters 4 and 5

@1: Valyn is actually the older brother (but didn't have Malkeenian eyes, so was never in line for the throne). I'm excited to find out how it all ends, too!

American Gods Adaptation Casts Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon
It's been a few years since Emily and I did our in-depth reread of American Gods, but as far as naming goes, I believe "Shadow" is the name his mother called him and the name he goes by (although it's true that his proper name is revealed in "The Monarch of The Glen", without getting into any spoilers). And I think it's generally agreed that his wife's maiden name was Laura McCabe (her mother, Mrs. McCabe, shows up early on in the novel--toward the end of Chapter 2); she took Shadow's last name, Moon, when they married. If anyone's interested in sorting out all the details, it's been pretty thoroughly hashed out in the forums of Neil Gaiman Message Board and elsewhere online (the character names and their various associations and meanings in the book are always fun to talk over :)
Everything Is Different, Nothing Has Changed. Agent Carter Season 2 Premiere

Really just commenting to say how happy I am that the show is finally back--Peggy is a much-needed, completely delightful ray of sunshine in the midst of a particularly bleak January, so far :) And don't even get me started on how great it is to see Jarvis and Dottie again (I'm assuming Dottie is sticking around, right? Because she's quickly becoming one of my favorite TV villains of all time--Bridget Regan's ability to shift between smirky-and-calculating to sheer psychotic glee and back without actively being hammy or cartoonish...not sure that will ever get old.)

Plus Anna Jarvis is being played by Lotte Verbeek, who played a sassy time-traveling witch on Outlander for a bit, so I'm going to go ahead and mash those roles together in my head canon... And hooray for Ray Wise, alway; if the Crusty Order of Lapel Pin-Loving Candle Snuffers ever disbands, at least he and his stock market-crashing crony can always fall back on playing the Duke brothers in an all-but-inevitable remake of Trading Places one of these days... In any case, thanks for recapping again, Chris! Let's hope the show starts earning the audience it deserves this season...

The New Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Trailer Proves This Was All Lex Luthor’s Idea

So...Lex Luthor has a nuclear-powered cave-troll? (Okay, I know it's Doomsday, but he looks kind of like the rebooted version of The Thing might have spent a dirty weekend in the Misty Mountains awhile back. In other news, welcome to my new, all-CGI fan fiction obsession.)

An 8-Year-Old’s Perspective on The Good Dinosaur (Sort Of)

Thanks, Lee! (And sorry, Lana!) I've read plenty of good things about the movie, but opted out of seeing it with my (rather young) niece and nephew and their parents last weekend--they apparently all cried a various points during the film, although the kids said they enjoyed it overall. I suspect they're made of sterner stuff than I am...I tear up at most, if not all, Pixar movies (Up, for example, EVERY TIME.) But as my brother described it, The Good Dinosaur is "a real emotional rollercoaster," and I think I might wait to ride this one out at home...

Welcome to Rereading Shannara: The Elfstones of Shannara

Gadget @6: That's correct--Brooks does say "Quickening" in the Q&A Aidan's linked to, so we've corrected the typo. Thanks!

Traumatic SFF Movie Moments (That I Loved and Watched Repeatedly)
[email protected]: You're right, re: Hazel! I got my bunnies mixed up--just updated the post, thanks :) So many excellent comments--just to respond quickly, you guys are bringing up so many scenes that I think I may have repressed for the last couple decades: Gremlins (particularly the story Phoebe Cates' character tells about her father...), Howard the Duck (no judgments!), Large Marge, The Monster Squad. Clowns...ugh. Clowns are evil. That's just science. Matt [email protected]: YES. That shoe haunts me to this day--I found that scene so upsetting. Yikes. [email protected]: I'm right there with you with the animal thing, animated or otherwise. I was banned from watching nature specials as a kid--I just couldn't quite hack the whole "circle of life" thing. Shockingly, Charlotte's Web and Bambi were never huge favorites of mine... [email protected]: I was just talking about Fantasia with a friend the other day--I loved almost the entire movie as a kid, and "Night On Bald Mountain" was my favorite, but I always found the dinosaur/Rite of Spring section to be pretty unpleasant. It was his favorite part, though--and I know it was directed by animation pioneer John Hubley and is an amazing piece of art, but while I appreciate it much more as an adult, it's still my least favorite section of the movie.
Spoiler Thread for the Malazan Reread of the Fallen, Part 2

@103: Sorry for the wait--Bill's going to be on vacation and traveling for the next couple of weeks, but Amanda is doing her best to have a new post in soon (possibly for Friday). The Reread should definitely be back up and running regularly by early August, as long as all goes according to plan! 

David Bowie Is Sci-Fi and Fantasy Personified

@6: Thanks for the update!--I should probably point out that this post was originally published on January 10th, 2012 as part of Tor.com's celebration of Bowie Week, so if you're interested in more Bowie-related posts (including Emmet Asher-Perrin's excellent piece on Velvet Goldmine--a movie I love!), that's a good place to start!

Lois McMaster Bujold Announces New Cordelia Vorkosigan Novel Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen

@34: Thank you for the correction--we've updated the post--and congratulations on the new book!

By the Sword: The Ride

@1 and 2: Fixed! Sorry to spoil the alliteration :)

New Cover Art for Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices Trilogy!
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Here’s Where to Start Reading the Works of Brandon Sanderson
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Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 5: “Kill the Boy”
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Watch the Trailer for Puppet Epic Yamasong: March of the Hollows
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Joy, Sorrow, Regret, and Reassurance: The Singular Beauty of The Last Unicorn
Jordan Black @ 17: thanks so much for the kind words; it's so wonderful to hear from everyone about their experience of the movie and how it's influenced them over the years :) I also just wanted to revisit my comment at #10 to say that I finally sat down with my niece and nephew a couple of weekends ago to watch The Last Unicorn for the first time ever, and they both absolutely loved it--so much so that I decided to leave my copy with them for repeat viewings. So glad the obsession seems to run in the family!
Star Trek The Original Series Rewatch: “Charlie X”
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Why Minority Settings in RPGs Matter
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Malazan Reread of the Fallen: Orb Sceptre Throne, Chapter Seventeen
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Recasting The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Debster @27: I didn't get to see it, but Barrowman was apparently pretty great in La Cage aux Folles (couldn't find an image with fishnets, but you get the general idea, here...) There also appears to be a video or two of him performing as Zaza :)
It All Started with a Fairy Tale: Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Thanks, Mari! I agree 100% about the Queen being the best part of the movie--I was completely fascinated by her as a kid, and even more so when I rewatched the movie last year with my niece. The scene in which she casts the spell to transform herself into the witch is one of the most riveting animated sequences I've ever seen. I'm also a fan of all the behind-the-scenes trivia/stories behind the movie, although (Evil Queen aside), it's never been one of my top favorites in the Disney canon. The fact that the Queen was modeled on Helen Gahagan Douglas's performance in She, for example--before she went on to her career in politics, or that the Prince is voiced by Harry Stockwell (the father of Dean Stockwell--in case you ever need to connect Snow White to Blue Velvet, or Quantum Leap, for some reason :) The actor who voiced both Grumpy and Sleepy was also Disney's original Goofy AND the original Bozo the Clown, while Billy Gilbert (Sneezy) was a well-known vaudevillian who worked with WC Fields, Buster Keaton, and Chaplin (and was also in His Girl Friday, which I love...) But the oddest bits of info I've read all involve the voice of Snow White, Adriana Caselotti--it seems that Walt Disney was so hellbent on keeping her from "spoil(ing) the illusion of Snow White" that he kept her under contract and refused to let her work again, which is why she's uncredited for her tiny parts in The Wizard of Oz and It's A Wonderful Life. It's a really strange story--he effectively blocked her from having any sort of entertainment career apart from that one role for the rest of her life (and she was only 19 when she recorded the part). I guess it's no surprise that Disney has gotten a reputation for being extremely litigious over the years, as well...
Should you be watching Marvel’s Daredevil?
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Five Books about Time Travel
@HelenS: Karen's playing on a quote/joke from Back to the Future :)
Crow T. Robot’s Voice Is Going Back to Space!
@3 Once you mentioned it, I had to know!!! (and I'll be giving it a try, too--I need more comedies in the mix of shows I'm keeping up with right now.)
A Ranking of 1980s Fantasy That Would Please Crom Himself!
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The Dragonlance Chronicles Reread: Dragons of Autumn Night, Prelude
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Introducing the Star Trek The Original Series Rewatch
@JimP: Just checked--"The Cage" is definitely available on Netflix, along with the rest of the series :)
Pull List: Sex Criminals
Thanks, Alex! I've been meaning to read this ever since Glen Weldon started raving about it on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour, but you've definitely given me the push I needed to jump in. And as a side note, I totally feel your Out of This World obsession--I actually wrote about it back in the dark ages of Tor.com, and completely forgot about it until just now :) So yeah: TEAM EVIE.
Malazan Reread of the Fallen: Orb Sceptre Throne, Chapter Three
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The Malazan Reread Series Wrap!
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Joint US and UK Cover Reveal for The Traitor Baru Cormorant
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Haunted Winds and Ageless Glass: “The Nameless City”
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