Columnists :: Kilian Melloy
After twenty-eight years of "living in sin," and nine years of legal marriage, the sky has yet to fall on this gay boy or the nation he calls home. So why the ongoing fuss and bother?
Kilian Melloy reviews media, conducts interviews, and writes commentary for EDGE, where he also serves as Assistant Arts Editor.
Other Recent Columns
It’s the end of the world! Or... maybe not. Your columnist keeps one eye on the skies, the other on the clock, and reports in at regular intervals.
If you’re going to see, or have seen, Peter Jackson’s "The Hobbit," you may be about to experience (or already have) the latest improvement in how movies are made and shown. Is it a new milestone, or an ill-advised blip?
Whatever mainstream movies Oscar graces next year, your columnist submits this short list as 2012’s unmissable essentials for GLBT cinema -- For Your Consideration.
Home, hearth, and coming out. Why, they all go together, don’t they? Your columnist recollects the start of a unique holiday season 28 years ago... and the start of a lifetime partnership.
It seems like every time the Republicans lose big, two things happen: The rightward fringe go into paroxysms trying to pin the blame anywhere but on their own extreme ideology, and everyone else starts fretting that the GOP is circling the drain.
Big money poured hundreds of millions, if not billions, into this year’s presidential election, only to come up with a big fat NO SALE. The message is plain as the new day: This nation’s highest office is not up for the highest bidder.
A fraction of America votes today. If you don’t speak up at the ballot box on Nov. 6, then please do us all a favor and keep the complaints to yourself until 2016.
The horror genre has always served to summarize and explore social anxieties, but one movie -- the original "Halloween" -- stands above the rest of the last few decades’ cinematic fare. Now the original film is back to haunt theaters once more.
Extremists claim that science and religion are mutually exclusive and mutually hostile. But for the rational-minded, science -is- religion... and it’s a religion that’s being attacked, suppressed, and derided at every turn.
A little over a year ago, DC Comics shook things up and hit the reset button (sort of) on 52 of its top titles. What’s the result? And has it been worth the fuss and bother? Your columnist weighs in...