Articles by Abraham Riesman
Are perfect worlds really perfect?
There's nothing that makes a whole lot of sense about @PTCruiserUSA. Even by Twitter standards.
“I was trying to make a big piece of satire that would be comfort food in light of the terrorist threat. That's what the film is intended to be for people."
Do you have some money sitting around? Want to make an animated prequel to Richard Kelly's fascinating 2006 flop / cult classic Southland Tales? Now's your chance.
Everything from MegaZeppelin schematics to fictional porn DVD covers.
After "Donnie Darko," Richard Kelly made one of the strangest, most ambitious, most maligned metaphysical musicals Hollywood had ever seen. I had some questions.
A how-to guide for wasting a lot of time with tablet-formatted funnybooks.
Good point-and-click games and good investigative journalism have more in common than you might think.
Check out our video to learn about Cuba's underground railroad of USB drives, how to blog without a computer, and how Raúl Castro is getting craftier at using the Internet as a weapon against dissidents.
Has the storied genre where Nazis triumph and the South beats the Yanks been consumed by the scourge of Steampunk?