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Cusack for Cell by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(November 01, 2012)
Stephen King has made an official announcement that he and Adam Alleca (writer of Last House on the Left) have adapted “Cell” for the big screen. “Cell” was king’s original novel about the world thrown into chaos after a catastrophe involving cel

New DIVERGENT Behind the Scenes and Posters by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(September 24, 2012)
Summit Entertainment has released two new posters for the adaptation of VERONICA ROTH’s book Divergent. Check out the posters of Tris (SHAILENE WOODLEY) and Four (THEO JAMES) below. Summit Entertainment has also released a preview titled “Taking a Stan

The Dark Tower Falls by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(August 21, 2012)
Six months ago, EW wrote a very different headline: “‘The Dark Tower’ lives.“

Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Poster Revealed by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(January 23, 2012)


23.5 Degrees: The Tale of Ursula and the 11,000 Virgins by Stella Maris, Contributing Author
(October 24, 2009)
There seems to be something about this time of year, as the darkness closes in, that inspires us to contemplate our mortality. And although this cross-quarter coordinate, midway between the autumn equinox and the winter solstice, was formerly honored with

23.5 Degrees: The Rapture of the Relics of Saint Therese of Lisieux by Stella Maris
(October 17, 2009)
We're all so used to the emotionally devoid notion of virtual reality in this age of the internet, that my extraordinary experience of venerating a saint's relics in person this week came as an unexpected shock. This was no animated video game, this was ra

23.5 Degrees Review: The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown by Stella Maris, Contributor
(September 19, 2009)
We thought it might be fun to have a quick look at some of the more obscure background references in Brown's plot in advance, just to get the ball rolling.

23.5 Degrees: Mission Starchild Part Deux by Lloyd Pye, Contributing Author
(September 12, 2009)
. The two hours needed are one to read the eBook and the other to spread the word to others who might be interested to know about the incredible pile of evidence in favor of the Starchild being a human-alien hybrid. That evidence is genuinely, profoundly o

23.5 Degrees: Mission Starchild by Lloyd Pye, Contributing Author
(September 05, 2009)
We are now at the frontline in a battle playing out between Us and Them. We want to see the Starchild case regarding a possible alien presence on Earth resolved definitively, conclusively. They want it swept away and "disappeared" like a political opponent

23.5 Degrees: Racing Toward Armageddon by Michael Baigent by Stella Maris, Contributor
(August 29, 2009)
This is possibly one of the most difficult book reviews I've ever had to write, due to the overwhelming complexity and sensitivity of the subject matter. But whether you agree or not with the views expounded in Racing Towards Armageddon

23.5 Degrees: The Secrets of Masonic Washington by James Wasserman by Stella Maris, Columnist
(August 22, 2009)
The literary theme for 23.5 Degrees this summer has been based around books that tie in with the subject of Dan Brown's new book, The Lost Symbol, due to be released on September 15th by Random House. Consequently, I've been happily immersing myself in boo

23.5 Degrees: And Now For Something Completely Different by Stella Maris
(August 08, 2009)
Okay, I know this is going to come as a shock to some of you, but I had so much fun doing last week's book review, that I've decided to spend the rest of my summer vacation actually reviewing books for Mania's Books section!

23.5 Degrees: The Kabbalah Code by James Twyman by Stella Maris, Contributor
(August 01, 2009)
Unfortunately for James Twyman, I am well-versed in Kabbalistic symbolism and I know Paris like the back of my hand. Maybe he thought that touring Parisian churches intoning obscure Hebrew "passwords" in order to navigate the multi-dimensional space-time c

23.5 Degrees: The Earth is Blue Like an Orange by Stella Maris, Columnist
(July 18, 2009)
My unique dining experience with the Starchild Skull inspired me to consider all of the usual theoretical implications that genuine alien contact would have on our planetary worldview. Therefore, I had to appreciate the synchronicity of subsequently receiv

23.5 Degrees: Bloodline: The Priory of Sion Dossiers by Stella Maris, Columnist
(July 04, 2009)
It appears that the recent auction of a mysterious medieval illuminated manuscript, as reported here in 23.5 Degrees last month, has kicked off a new Secret Society Silly Season of "leaked" documents and dossiers, which we will be examining as more informa

Project Starchild: Where No Man Has Gone Before by Stella Maris, Columnist
(June 27, 2009)
I was delighted to catch up with Lloyd Pye and the Starchild Skull again last week during the London leg of the Starchild 2009 European Tour.

The Starchild Odyssey Continues by Bart Saint-David, Columnist
(June 13, 2009)
We are pleased to see that our old pal Lloyd Pye will be back in England next week on a Starchild Skull lecture tour.

Curiously Embarking Upon an Angels and Demons Quest by Stella Maris, Columnist
(June 06, 2009)
Not even Dan Brown could have conceived of last week's sublime twist to the old adage of life imitating art (or something like that!).

Rock On, Joanie! by Bart Saint-David, Columnist
(May 30, 2009)
Every year at this time the Ordre gathers at an enigmatic location in the Champagne area of France to celebrate the Feast Day of Saint Joan of Arc, culminating in the ritual Painting of Her Toenails at Reims Cathedral.

Angels & Demons: The Guerrilla Grapevine Review by Stella Maris, Columnist
(May 22, 2009)
Well, the suspense and speculation is finally over--Angels & Demons is out. Now the post-mortems begin. Behind the scenes, there is a frantic manoeuvring by those attempting to appear in-the-know, while Columbia Pictures executives breathe an internal sigh

The Pseudo Mysteries of the Voodoo Histories by Stella Maris, Columnist
(May 09, 2009)
Okay, I have to admit that I haven't actually finished Voodoo Histories by David Aarononvitch (Jonathan Cape, 2009), having abandoned the book due to genuine Health and Safety concerns after metaphorically hitting the roof as a result of reading just one c

King Arthur Vows to Liberate Stonehenge by Stella Maris, Columnist
(May 02, 2009)
If the British judicial system has its way, King Arthur Pendragon will be forcibly evicted from Stonehenge this Sunday, just two days after the traditional Celtic Beltane celebrations.

Decoding Shakespeare by Stella Maris, Columnist
(April 25, 2009)
Like most of us who endured the tortuous analysis of William Shakespeare's plays at school, I only ever took them at face value. A sprinkling of fauns and fairies, a gaggle of cauldron-stirring witches... and get thee to a nunnery!

Standing with Stones by Rupert Soskin by Stella Maris, Columnist
(April 18, 2009)
I saw my very first stone circle at the tender age of eleven. My family had just moved from Washington, DC-- the land of masonically aligned monuments--to the land of megalithically aligned monuments, in the wilds of the Yorkshire Moors.

John Michell: A Pilgrimage to Paradise by Stella Maris, Columnist
(April 11, 2009)
Our thoughts this Easter holiday weekend are with the prolific author John Michell, who has sadly reached the penultimate stages of a terminal illness. Regarded by some as the founder of the modern "earth mysteries" counter-culture movement, almost all of