Ampton Plays: IMSCARED

Games. I play’em. And I hear other people like to play them too. How nice for us. In fact, I would go so far as to say that most humans enjoy a game or two of some variety. Most intelligent animals do. The act of ‘playing’ is theorised to be something that is important to... Continue Reading →

The Tragedy of Nicholas Barclay; or, how The Imposter (2012) let its audience get manipulated

Upon the release of Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, the creators of this documentary were heavily criticised for the fact a decent portion of the story is narrated or described by Bundy himself. The complaints stemmed from concerns about Bundy's narcissism and retouching of the facts; how could a serial killer who... Continue Reading →

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