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What do you mean, Ukraine? — Reflections on J. Glenn Gray’s “The Warriors”

Early on in J. Glenn Gray’s “The Warriors: Reflections on Men in Battle,” Gray relates the following significant anecdote about his time spent stationed in Italy during World War II: In a free hour one day I climbed one of the nearby hills of the Apennines and got off by myself in the late afternoon… Continue reading What do you mean, Ukraine? — Reflections on J. Glenn Gray’s “The Warriors”

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Why I love horror movies

For a long time now I have loved horror movies. Some of the first I saw were outright shlock, such as 1997’s Cube and 1985’s Day of the Dead; however, with time I discovered and grew an appreciation for the classics, such as The Shining, the original Night of the Living Dead, and 1982’s The… Continue reading Why I love horror movies