John Rezas

"Kane" from ALIEN (1979) by Matt Soffe

"Kane" from ALIEN (1979) by Matt Soffe

Hello, my name is John, and I’m an abnormal.

Hello, my name is John, and I’m an abnormal.

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Classic beauty: Loretta Young.

Classic beauty: Loretta Young.

She gave me better writing advice for five cents then I ever received from college after spending tens of thousands of dollars.

She gave me better writing advice for five cents then I ever received from college after spending tens of thousands of dollars.

"Geezenstacks" (painting) by Tim White (Based on the short story “The Geezenstacks” by Fredric Brown)

"Geezenstacks" (painting) by Tim White
(Based on the short story “The Geezenstacks” by Fredric Brown)

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the zombie apocalypse. Mature content. Foul language. Graphic violence. Zombie Squad. Oh yeah, and zombies, Nazi zombies. We can’t forget about the zombies.

Classic beauty: Vera Lynn
Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn? Remember how she said that We would meet again Some sunny day? Vera! Vera! What has become of you? Does anybody else here Feel the way I do?

— “Vera” by Pink Floyd (Roger Waters)

Classic beauty: Vera Lynn

Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn?
Remember how she said that
We would meet again
Some sunny day?
Vera! Vera!
What has become of you?
Does anybody else here
Feel the way I do?

— “Vera” by Pink Floyd (Roger Waters)

The more I think about everything that happened on The Walking Dead after “Better Angels” (s2/ep12), when Rick killed Shane, the more it seems that Shane was right about not trusting outsiders and strangers. I mean, look what happened with The Governor, the gang that Daryl hooked up with, and the Termites (the people from Terminus). Trusting strange survivors has not worked out so well for Rick and his people, except for with Abraham Ford, Rosita, and Eugene.

The more I think about everything that happened on The Walking Dead after “Better Angels” (s2/ep12), when Rick killed Shane, the more it seems that Shane was right about not trusting outsiders and strangers. I mean, look what happened with The Governor, the gang that Daryl hooked up with, and the Termites (the people from Terminus). Trusting strange survivors has not worked out so well for Rick and his people, except for with Abraham Ford, Rosita, and Eugene.

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"I’m a word freak. I like words. I’ve always compared writing to music. That’s the way I feel about good paragraphs. When it really works, it’s like music." — Hunter S. Thompson

"I’m a word freak. I like words. I’ve always compared writing to music. That’s the way I feel about good paragraphs. When it really works, it’s like music." — Hunter S. Thompson

Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.

Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.

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The beautiful Anna Karina in 1962.

The beautiful Anna Karina in 1962.

Leaked STAR WARS VII pictures!

Leaked STAR WARS VII pictures!

The Walking Dead: “No Sanctuary” (s5/ep1) ★★★★★ I loved this episode. I admit that I expected Terminus to become a season-long issue for the cast to deal with, much like The Farm and The Prison became a focus of the stories for a long period. It made me happy to see how quickly events unfolded. You’re either the butcher or the cattle. The economically placed flashbacks explained that well. Carol (Melissa McBride) became my favorite character on the show. The “crack and slash” scene shocked me. I kind of knew that something like that would happen, but seeing it raised the stakes for the heroes. Gareth and his clipboard, perfect timing. A very satisfying season premier. And, Morgan! I hope that we see more of him.

The Walking Dead: “No Sanctuary” (s5/ep1)
★★★★★
I loved this episode. I admit that I expected Terminus to become a season-long issue for the cast to deal with, much like The Farm and The Prison became a focus of the stories for a long period. It made me happy to see how quickly events unfolded. You’re either the butcher or the cattle. The economically placed flashbacks explained that well. Carol (Melissa McBride) became my favorite character on the show. The “crack and slash” scene shocked me. I kind of knew that something like that would happen, but seeing it raised the stakes for the heroes. Gareth and his clipboard, perfect timing. A very satisfying season premier. And, Morgan! I hope that we see more of him.

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Z Nation: “Home Sweet Zombies” (s1/ep5) ★★★☆☆ I enjoy watching this show. I cannot give it more than three stars because it has problems with being over-the-top and somewhat outrageous. But, it is the SyFy Channel, so you have to expect it. I liked this episode, which I call “Zombnado” because it is an episode that takes place during a tornado that picked up the zombies and flung them around the town. Roberta Warren (Kellita Smith) sees the zombnado and says, “It ain’t sharks.” I got a laugh out of that. Z Nation entertains. That’s why I like it. It’s not perfect, but I like the characters. And, it’s zombie-killing fun throughout most every episode.

Z Nation: “Home Sweet Zombies” (s1/ep5)
★★★☆☆
I enjoy watching this show. I cannot give it more than three stars because it has problems with being over-the-top and somewhat outrageous. But, it is the SyFy Channel, so you have to expect it. I liked this episode, which I call “Zombnado” because it is an episode that takes place during a tornado that picked up the zombies and flung them around the town. Roberta Warren (Kellita Smith) sees the zombnado and says, “It ain’t sharks.” I got a laugh out of that. Z Nation entertains. That’s why I like it. It’s not perfect, but I like the characters. And, it’s zombie-killing fun throughout most every episode.

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