Rampant delivers furious zombie-fighting action in a striking period setting.
Saskatoon may seem far away from the city centers where the big gun events like Fantasia take place, but thanks to Festival Director John Allison, programming director Steven Landry and the rest of their team SFFF helps make this prairie town the center of gonzo cinema for a few days in November. The selection includes […]
Matt Groening’s new animated Netflix series Disenchantment will feel satisfyingly familiar for fans of Futurama and The Simpsons, but the fantasy comedy risks becoming a drinking game of avoiding Thrones.
On this week episodes of Page of the Wind we’re looking back at pages 244-250, in which Kvothe gets his first look at the University.
This week’s episodes cover pages 230-236, in which Kvothe says some final farewells, sets off on his journey to the University, and meets one of the most important, and most controversial characters in the book – Denna.
On this week's episodes of Page of the Wind, we talk about pages 223-229, in which Kvothe continues to acquire the trappings of a proper young lad, as opposed to a street ragamuffin.
This week on Page of the Wind, we talk about pages 209-215, in which Skarpi is harassed by the Justice of the Tehlin Church, and Kvothe wakes to his true self for the first time since his family were murdered. Heavy stuff!
This week’s episodes of Page of the Wind cover pages 202-208, in which Kvothe awakes from Skarpi’s story, and with the help of a beer, puts together his own connection to the Lanre of Skarpi’s tale.
This week’s episodes from page 195-201 cover the tale of Lanre, Lyra and the fall of Myr Tariniel.
This week’s episodes cover pages 188-194 of The Name of the Wind, in which Kvothe goes in search of a story, and escalates the rivalry between himself and his young nemesis.
This week’s episodes of Page of the Wind cover pages 181-187, in which we learn the final fate of Encanis, dark times pass in Tarbean, and, in the frame narrative, Kvothe answers some nitpicky questions from Bast and Chronicler.
This week on the Page of Thrones Podcast we cover pages 174-180, in which Catelyn Stark learns that the assassin who came after Bran used Tyrion Lannister’s dagger, and Jon Snow learns that the Brotherhood of the Night’s Watch is not all it was cracked up to be.
This week’s podcast episodes cover pages 167-173 of The Name of the Wind, in which Kvothe is on the receiving end of a few rare acts of kindness, and almost dies anyway!
On this week's batch of Page of the Wind episodes, we talk about a beloved fantasy trope featured within these pages: fantasy cities.
What do The Kingkiller Chronicle and Altered Carbon have in common? Listen to this week's batch of Page of the Wind episodes and learn about the perils of adaptation in the latest blog!