Author Archives: Peter

Reality 2.0

Throughout the class, every media that we consumed attempted to redefine its method of consumption. Mullholland Drive forced its audience to assemble the narrative, and ever since the boundaries of creator and audience have become obliterated. The model of fiction/media … Continue reading

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Genre Art As Unapologetic Fan Fiction

A lot of fan cultures permeate Mike Carey’s Unwritten. From the more orthodox fanaticism of the first issue’s legions of Tommy Taylor fans to the more zealous group of fans who decide him to be a messiah, to even the … Continue reading

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He’s Out to Get Me

It’s all a ruse. That’s all I could think when Floyd was hanging around me. Sure, he might occasionally touch you “with affection”, or sigh contentedly when you rub him fourteen times in a row, but the fact remains that, … Continue reading

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Rockin’ Love

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It’s all a matter of Kraft. Cheese Singles.

Beside the gently rolling and surreal radio broadcasting, the sharp but scary television drama, and the wildly imaginative comic rests a video game, awaiting a player to grasp its mouse and keyboard. Offering a very unique entry point into a … Continue reading

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Psst

Hey Class, I’m Peter. I’m not working towards a Communication degree, but instead in English, and have spent some my time studying old and dusty works instead of flashy and exciting works. And, more than that, studying self-contained works of … Continue reading

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David Lynch Could Tell You, But Telling Gets Old

After going to the largest Mulholland Drive fansite, it looks like one question is on everybody’s lips and fingertips: what actually happened? What did those images mean? Unlike The Godfather, where someone might jump straight into the absent father-son relationship driving … Continue reading

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