I feel the need to give some background to this madness.
You see, when I worked for the library in Columbia as a shelver, one of my duties was to shelf read a certain section of the library, going through the books and making sure they were in proper order. My special little section was the Romance section, and its darling little red and white subsection: Series romances. AKA The Harlequin Section.
When attempting to tame this area I began to notice I was going back to sections I'd just done because I kept thinking I'd shelved something wrong. I figured out slowly that I actually wasn't doing anything, wrong, I was simply seeing five hundre
I'd like to note I have no real point to make, these are just musings of mine :P Also spoilers if you're planning to play The Path
In 1997 Michael Haneke released a movie called Funny Games in which two boys, one of which can control the environment, take hostage, torture, and kill a family in their home. The director has stated it was meant to be a statement about violence in the media.
Now anyone who knows me well knows my disdain for this movie, for the admittedly shallow reason that it breaks my One Rule of Horror Movies that the villain cannot be more annoying than the protagonist. More to the point, while I think the film made the s