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Hollywood By A. Golden
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Mr. Hollywood's Guide To Movies By Mr. Hollywood
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Personalized movie recommendations based on the author's favorite films. Contains movie information, cast information, fun trivia facts, and memorable quotes. Highlights of actors' careers.
The Importance Of Constantly Being Surprised By Chris Hollywood
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Mongrel tries to cope with the daily routine of prison life, while avoiding getting beaten or raped. He needs to convince someone that he doesn't belong there, or,failing that, try to escape.
The Watch By Chris Hollywood
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The continuation of the Random Tangent Anthology, Mongrel finds himself on the way to the Dunttstown Penitentiary to visit Biscuits, his former slave. Quite naturally, as Mongrel will soon learn,... More > this is not a good way to spend the day.< Less
A Special Place In Hell By Chris Hollywood
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While staying overnight at Dunttstown Penitentiary, Mongrel Stevens is visited by the ghost of Captain Pete, who shows him horrific glimpses of his past, present, future, and other, a la Christmas... More > Story.< Less
The Random Tangent Anthology By Chris Hollywood
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Mongrel Stevens is a brutally ordinary fellow. He is unlucky in love, enjoys cheese, is a champion bullshit fighter, makes friends easily, and does his best to be a good, well-mannered citizen. But... More > this is not a story about Mongrel Stevens, although he happens to be extensively involved, much to his dismay. This is a story about Dunttstown, the most peculiar, baffling suburb this side of reality. It’s filled with ludicrous people, who provoke Mongrel, once again to his dismay, into suffering bizarre and inexplicable misadventures, such as: being abducted by aliens, finding his long-lost estranged and deranged mother, eating at McDonald’s, owning a slave, periodically getting run over by buses, and many, many attempts on his life. Life could certainly be worse for Mongrel, but it would take a very twisted imagination to figure out how. These are his tales of woe.< Less
Battlefield By Chris Hollywood
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A true story about a stay I'd had in the hospital a couple years back, embellished for the sake of humour.
How to Be Monolithic By Chris Hollywood
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The 15th story in the Random Tangent series. Mongrel finds himself on the island of Donut Lake, and must survive amongst the locals while keeping his origins a secret. This all culminates in an epic... More > battle with Captain Pete.< Less
The Random Tangent Anthology By Chris Hollywood
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Mongrel Stevens is a brutally ordinary fellow. He is unlucky in love, enjoys cheese, is a champion bullshit fighter, makes friends easily, and does his best to be a good, well-mannered citizen. But... More > this is not a story about Mongrel Stevens, although he happens to be extensively involved, much to his dismay. This is a story about Dunttstown, the most peculiar, baffling suburb this side of reality. It’s filled with ludicrous people, who provoke Mongrel, once again to his dismay, into suffering bizarre and inexplicable misadventures, such as: being abducted by aliens, finding his long-lost estranged and deranged mother, eating at McDonald’s, owning a slave, periodically getting run over by buses, and many, many attempts on his life. Life could certainly be worse for Mongrel, but it would take a very twisted imagination to figure out how. These are his tales of woe.< Less
The 2nd Random Tangent Anthology By Chris Hollywood
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West of the city of Pok, North of the ruins of Shchevret, and somewhere in the vicinity Nowhere, lies Dunttstown, nestled in the tiny cracks of a hole in reality. And in that town lives a man named... More > Mongrel Stevens, steadfastly existing in the face of all reason. He frequents the improbable, dances with the impossible and courts insanity. Of course, this isn’t all to his liking. In fact, he would much prefer to live a more normal, very explicable life. But who was he kidding? After surviving attempted murder, only to be hit by a bus and killed, he met Death itself, who didn’t like him very much and kicked him out of the afterlife. But while he’d been away his mother had been bludgeoned to death, and he felt like it was his fault. Of course, it probably was, but let’s not split hairs. Mongrel then went on to have a brief, some might say well-earned vacation, but now we must return to our regularly scheduled program. As expected, things have not improved for our plucky hero.< Less