Monthly Archives: December 2020

Jim Henson’s Labyrinth as Social Commentary

For the longest time I considered this movie to be a simple joy ride through dreamy fantasy, some thing absurd just for the sake of absurdity. When compared to the Henson Studio’s other work, particularly The Cube, Time Piece, and … Continue reading

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The Silence Between the Notes, or The Hacking of our Dreams

Have you ever wondered why you enjoy some art and not other art? Why one genre of music seems to ‘speak to you’, and others feel unimportant or even annoying? Why you continually seek out, say, action movies, but roll … Continue reading

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