Stimulated Boredom contributing writer, J.D. Luedi, takes a look at the use of historical interpretation & national narratives by Japan & China, focusing on the Nanjing Massacre & competing national views.
September 20th, 2012
July 9th, 2012
Whether a Spider-Man film, especially an origin story, is necessary so soon after the last franchise ended is debatable but ultimately irrelevant. Is the reboot any good? Erika Peterman reviews.
June 6th, 2012
If you have a friend or family member who is baffled by con culture, just show them the Morgan Spurlock-directed documentary “Comic-Con IV: A Fan’s Hope.”
June 4th, 2012
With an aesthetic that falls somewhere between Game of Thrones and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and the Huntsman is a grotesque and gorgeous journey from dark to light.
May 28th, 2012
In his most recent submission to the Stimulated Boredom website, contributing writer – J.D. Luedi – waxes poetic on the topic of Philosophy.
May 8th, 2012
Writer-director Joss Whedon swung for the fences, and the result is a consistently fun, exciting action movie that makes the most of a strong cast. The Avengers doesn’t just throw a bunch of comic book characters onto the screen and…
April 17th, 2012
“Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines,” examines the history of fictional heroines in popular culture, and how their highs and lows have reflected the lives of real…
March 26th, 2012
Following the collapse of the U.S.S.R, the last couple decades has witnessed the re-emergence of asymmetrical conflicts, with irregular forces now the common enemy.
November 30th, 2011
Once again we find ourselves in the midst of another frenzied shopping season. Black Friday saw hordes of…
July 29th, 2011
I just assumed that the new Captain America movie ended with him borrowing money from Captain China, but E. Peterman of Girls-Gone-Geek.com actually saw it and shares her impressions of the film.