“I hope you don’t screw like you type.”
“The man pontificates. American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman has an opinion and he has decided that it must be heard.”
World of Tomorrow’s Emilies aren’t quite people . . . They’re one person split in two, and this blurs the line between Self and Other into nonexistence.
“Having all the music in the world readily available has not stopped kids from obsessively playing their favorite songs over and over. And over. And over. And three more times.”
A long running discussion about culture vs. canon between Gavin Craig and Elijah Beahm culminates in a thrilling head-to-head confrontation.
Harry Mackin explores the sound design of suffering in You Were Never Really Here.
We experimented with a different format for this issue of Exploits. Gavin Craig explains.
The preservation of videogames’ short, albeit eventful, history is fraught with challenges, its very value undermined by the industry’s biggest companies
Don’t underestimate the woman who levels you up.
“This is America” has been made into a dire warning for more than just the United States.
What happens when a fiction leaks out into the world and changes it?
Canon is a tricky thing, even for the people making it. Evidence: the new, streamlined Star Wars franchise’s continuity confusion.
“You had better hope that a higher power is ready to someday forgive you, it says, because I am not.”
There comes a point where death is too good for the artist.
Look, we’re all going to die. The real tragedy is that we’ll leave unread books on the shelf when we do. Or is it?
If we must have canons, let’s build our own and blow them up every now and then.