Naked contortionist or not, sometimes the real mystery lies within.
Alfred did a bad bad thing.
In life there are a few certainties…
When you’re an unpopular leader, there’s always someone with glitter.
Why is it that when you ask the dead a question, it’s usually relative who answers.
So a space station AI walked into a bar and…
Given sudden life, death and slippery vengeance are all that concern our hero.
Love is its own language, so they say.
Eastwick and Down is NiTH’s most popular video game. Now it’s a high budget television show, and in it’s fourth season no less. Joey To fills us in.
It’s hard being both a high school teacher and an Internet film critic, as Mr Humbertson is about to find out when two of his students stumble upon his blog.
Finally someone has taken on the too long neglected film niche of European Cycling Counter Culture (and Rom Coms!). James Dann gives us the full review.
They say we’re our own worst critics. Sarah Al-saad shows us what tough love looks like in this fake review for the CLONE EBERT Competition.
It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye. Then it’s a competition! Writing prompts for the Australian writer inside all of us.
Writer’s block sucks. Overcoming writer’s block? That’s even worse! When you find yourself with a bit of time to write but just can’t get going, what you need is a great prompt to get started. Or maybe just a coffee. […]
In the case of mind over matter the body talks in aches and groans but the brain can be a place of doubt or of motivation. Note To Self is about the kind of rejection many of us are familiar […]
A story within a story within a letter. Charlie Novak provides laugh out loud humour in this letter to the editor.
A Story About A Really Bad Day Meet Cute by Jewel Gray “You are fired.” Those rumbling words replay over and over again in my mind as I trudge home carrying a box stuffed with my personal belongings. […]
In the dating game, it pays not the be born yesterday…
Two cats vie for the ultimate domestic prize. But will their cunning be enough to outsmart Copper, the happy go lucky house dog?
Adam might still be on dial up, but sometimes slow and steady wins the race, especially when you’re dealing with something truly out of this world.
Kimberly’s been wowed by Avery before, but when this player is confronted by several woman at once, they’re in for a surprise no one expected.