Governor Breck Reconsidered

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Architecture, Art, Movie Reviews, Uncategorized

The original Planet of the Apes sequels may have had lower budgets and far fetched premises (even moreso than the first installment) but they became more imaginative and at times the line between hero and villain became somewhat blurred, leaving speciest (human) audiences conflicted about whom to root for. One example of this is Dr. […]

Rose McGowan – “Hateful” in a Flash

Categories: AltLeft, Black Pill, free speech, Movie Reviews

Rose McGowan got heckled by some insane transwoman the other day, and the video went viral. Apparently this was because McGowan had made some “transphobic” comments in an interview with RuPaul. Basically, Rose talked about how transwomen were different than other women because they didn’t have the same biological experiences (like periods, etc.) As these were obviously […]

A Cornflower By Any Other Name

Categories: AltLeft, Art, Movie Reviews, Race, Uncategorized

Call Me by Your Name is a 2017 film about a transient ephebophilic romantic entanglement between two diasporic Jews living in “northern Italy” (not otherwise specified) in the 1980s with a shared interest in European high culture and in the fact that they are both Jews. It is the type of premise that makes a […]

Robert Stark Talks to Brandon Adamson About Cherry 2000 (1987 Film)

Categories: Feminism, Futurism, Lifestyle, Movie Reviews, Podcasts

Discussion of the 1987 sci film, “Cherry 2000” on The stark Truth podcast. The basis for the conversation was this 2014 review and the recent uptick in news stories regarding “sexbots” in the past few weeks. We talk about the film’s depiction of the (then) future and how the social themes relate to contemporary life. […]