Tag Archives: Tolkien

E. Michael Jones on Tolkien

I seldom read (or write) anything critical of author’s like J.R.R. Tolkien. This is partly because people that write about his works tend to be enthusiasts and are more interested in writing about what they love than what they don’t. … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Scouring

Homeward Bound by Alan Lee I have recently re-read the The Lord of the Rings trilogy for the first time in a decade — this time to my son who had really enjoyed The Hobbit. When getting to the end … Continue reading

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A Review of The Hobbit Film Trilogy

I shared the excitement of many when it was announced that Peter Jackson would be returning to direct a film adaptation of The Hobbit. This excitement was somewhat muted learning it would be split into two films and was further … Continue reading

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Commentary on Vox’s Top 10 Novels

This was written over seven years ago and may be out of date given both time and the volumes of literature Vox Day seems to go through each year. However, having seen this some years ago. I set myself a … Continue reading

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

This article was originally published at Another-Castle.com Mordor: Assassin’s Asylum Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Platform: PC (reviewed), Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 Developer: Monolith Productions Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment The Lord of the Rings and the world of Middle-earth … Continue reading

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