In episode ten of Misery Movies, the Misery Tourism crew discuss the dark, art house sci-fi film Under the Skin.
As always, the first half of the podcast is spoiler-free and inc
Story by William H. Duryea; pixel art by AJ Brown.
If you enjoyed this comic, you might want to check out Falling Man, a collection of similarly surreal and depress
In episode nine of Misery Movies, the Misery Tourism crew discuss Collin Hanks’ sober exploration of the aftermath of terrorist violence/full throttle hedonistic rockumentary Eagle
The Culture Wars have returned, and freedom of speech is the latest battleground. It seems like nearly every week one college campus or another explodes into protests or rio
The following is the first in a potential series of articles profiling depressing places and miserable locales. If you know of a particularly dispiriting hellhole or pit of despair
The following games were created for the 2017 200 Word RPG Challenge. Both games were inspired by the Wikipedia page for Richard Wallace’s Jack the Ripper: “Light-hearted Friend,”
In episode eight of Misery Movies, the Misery Tourism crew discuss Fritz Lang’s 1931 classic serial killer film M.
As always, the first half of the podcast is spoiler-free and i
Listen, I get it. Life’s a drag. It’s a slog. Every day is a slow march through through a filthy, sweltering swamp with a 30 pound rucksack on your back and very little hope that C
In this episode of Misery Movies, we have a contentious debate about the darkly comic British film Black Pond. As a bonus for fans who enjoy off-topic rambling, there’s also a leng