How does the first line of Cormac McCarthy's The Road compare grammatically of those of George Orwell's 1984, H.G. Wells' The Time Machine, and Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451? They all get the Reed-Kellogg sentence diagramming treatment in this grammatical series. Read more...
It is cold enough to crack stones, and when the snow falls it is gray. The sky is dark. The shoes are gone. - Cormac McCarthy, more or less. [ more › ]
"This is the story of an actor, who is no longer acting." Not too long ago, we featured the full trailer for James Franco's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's Child of God. Now Franco is back in front of the camera with another low profile release in Maladies. Show More Summary
(Credit: Sensory Fiction) When I finished reading "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy, I cried what seemed like an endless river of grief-stricken tears. If an innovation called "Sensory Fiction" ever takes wide hold, I could go back and read...Show More Summary
The next Cormac McCarthy novel to arrive in cinemas will be Child of God – his third novel, published in 1973. It’s a violent story set in Tennessee in the 1960s and not for the faint-hearted. The book has no quotation marks and McCarthy also switches between styles to further confuse (or inspire) the reader. […]
Cormac McCarthy’s 1973 novel Child of God, now being adapted by none other than James Franco, speaks to the apprehension… Read More
Three full weeks of 2014 passed before James Franco did something bookish and newsworthy: He directed "Child of God," a film adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's 1973 novel, and the trailer is now online.
The first trailer for James Franco's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel, Child of God, has been released. Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... The first trailer for James Franco's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel, Child of God, has been released. Show More Summary
If the news that crazy-ass James Franco was going to be adapting one of Cormac McCarthy’s most crazy-ass novels into a movie didn’t pique your interest as soon as it was announced, chances are the teaser trailer for Child of God was enough to grab even your elusive attention. Show More Summary
Besides releasing a novel, getting roasted, starring or appearing in a whole bunch of movies, and a variety of other projects, James Franco also brought three films he directed to festivals. Interior. Leather Bar. and the William Faulkner adaptation of As I Lay Dying have already received pretty minor releases,... More »
After playing Venice and Toronto, James Franco's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel Child of God has unveiled a full trailer, following a teaser when the film played at the aforementioned overseas exhibition. Franco directs the film which McCarthy adapted himself, and it's Scott Haze in the lead. Show More Summary
Dystopian science fiction has many works to recommend it. Huxley’s “Brave New World,” Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451,” Vonnegut’s “Cat’s Cradle,” and, more recently, Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road” are prime examples. However, two of my personal favorites have always been George Orwell’s well-known “1984? and D.F. Show More Summary
Cormac McCarthy's former wife faces weapons count After arguing with her boyfriend about space aliens, Jennifer McCarthy, 48, allegedly retrieved a gat from her private parts. Vagina Used As Holster read more
Jennifer McCarthy, the ex-wife of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Cormac McCarthy, was arrested for domestic abuse in New Mexico this week and it’s quite a bizarre story. According to the statement of probable cause (posted on The Smoking...Show More Summary
If you thought Cameron Diaz’s windshield sex scene in The Counselor was weird, things just got weirder for Cormac McCarthy. His ex-wife was arrested for pulling a gun out of her vagina after a domestic dispute about aliens escalated. Pair with: Our essay on McCarthy’s foray into screenwriting.
Plus Cormac McCarthy's ex-wife pulls a gun out of her hoo-ha
Cormac McCarthy’s ex-wife Jennifer squatted in the cracked terracotta terrain of New Mexico and dug her heels into the carpet and holstered the Smith & Wesson in the capacious hollow of her vagina. The gun flashed silver before it disappeared inside her as she had disappeared inside the bedroom she shared with her boyfriend on Aventura Road. Show More Summary
Well, looks like her vajayjay is No Country For Old Men seeing as there's no room because of the loaded gun in there! LOLz!! We kiiiiiiid, she totes proved there was room! Cormac McCarthy's ex-wife, Jennifer McCarthy, no not THAT Jenny McCarthy, was arrested in New Mexico because she… Wait for it… Pulled a gun out of her [...]
There was a handgun, a toilet, cops, and a man who will never, ever be the same.
Cormac McCarthy's ex-wife Jennifer McCarthy was arrested on Saturday for threatening her boyfriend with a handgun she pulled from her vagina after a heated argument about space aliens.