Prehistoric fiction gives me the creeps. In fact, prehistoric fiction--that is to say, stories set in the prehistoric past, whether books or movies--has always given me the creeps, but I hadn't realized the broader implications of that until I started reading Rob Swigart's newest 'teaching novel', Stone Mirror.
I must disagree with her here: [10,000 BC, the movie is] apparently better than the version with Raquel Welch in a furry bikini. . .
I'm not sure anything could be better than that. Except of course, you know. . . .