Paul Matthew Carr

About Paul Matthew Carr

Paul is a writer, artist and designer. He spends an inordinate amount of time on the Internet blogging about silly things and even more time making things up and then attempting to convince people they are proper stories. He also talks into microphones from time to time.

Review: Man-Thing #1 (2017)

STORY BY: Daniel Warren Johnson and R.L. Stine ART BY: German Peralta COLORS BY: Mat Lopes and Rachelle Rosenberg COVER BY: Tyler Crook The much anticipated run by Goosebumps author R.L. Stine has arrived and its is undeniably okay. I will say right off I was not overly impressed by the debut issue. That being said I understand that this is a [...]

The Blood Elevator: It’s Meaning & Symbol

The blood elevator scene, sometimes called the ‘river of blood’, from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining is a horrifying and disturbing image in a film full of horrifying and disturbing images.  Upon watching it the scene produces in many - myself included - a feeling of dread; an uneasiness that is hard to explain. I’ve often [...]

Episode 10: The Nexus of All Realities: Its Wundarr-ful

Welcome everyone to the Nexus of All Realities – A Man-Thing podcast! Are you ready for parody, satire, intriguing ideas that culminate in a punch up with a gloopy swamp monster in a small Florida town? Then this is the issue for you. Today’s episode is Adventure Into Fear #17, It Came Out of the Sky! [...]

The Definite Article: A Doctor Who Podcast: The Trailer

Hello everyone I’m Paul Matthew Carr and I’d like to tell you about a brand new podcast all about the wonderful series Doctor Who…because c’mon, there aren’t nearly enough of those around and one more can’t hurt. I’ve been a fan of this show for nearly forty years…hard to believe but it’s true. And I’ve [...]

Delta Redux: A Voyager Rewatch: Resistance

The interesting thing about Resistance is that it could be a completely different show.  This in and of itself is not uncommon for Star Trek - or sci-fi in general for that matter. The melding of genres and the use of allegory is typical for science fiction and the Star Trek franchise as a [...]

Brilliant Star Death in “Rotten Egg” Nebula: NASA Image of the Day

Goodnight Miss Calabash Nebula, wherever you are! (If you get that joke, congratulations! You're old). So here is another example of the universe being beautiful in the throws of death. I mean, if you're a sun and you're gonna die it might as well be spectacular right? Also, this particular "star death" smells like rotten eggs. [...]