Retro Review: ‘The Crowd’

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By the time of the late 1920’s silent cinema had fully embraced a more fantastical style. Acclaimed director King Vidor wanted to buck this idea with his 1927 film, the Crowd. However, the… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Dinosaur’

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I didn’t see Dinosaur when it came out in 2000, being a first year university student working as a bartender. Then I totally forgot about it. And so, it seems, as did everyone… Continue reading

Casting Call: ‘The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter’

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“The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter” by Theodora Goss is a fun story for lovers of fantasy in the vein of Libba Bray and all things gothic horror. This is the story… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Tenet’

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Director: Christopher Nolan Cast: John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Himesh Patel Plot: A CIA agent is recruited in Tenet, a clandestine… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Jason in Crystal Lake

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Jason in Crystal Lake Friday the 13th (1980) directed by Sean S. Cunningham The Scene: The final girl of the original Friday the 13th, Alice (Adrienne King) can now breathe easy as she… Continue reading

The Star Trek Re-watch – Star Trek: Generations

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One of the positive consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, has been the ability for people to explore television shows and films they never got around to see. This of course comes with the… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Hercules’

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For those just joining us, this is a movie marathon with a twist. Myself (cranky 30s blogger), my son Josh (stoic 10 year old Nintendo obsessive) and my daughter Amelia (drama llama 7… Continue reading

Grading the Hannibal Lecter Franchise

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He is suave, charming, and intelligent. However, he will also slice out your insides and make an entree out of them. He is Dr. Hannibal Lecter, a creation of novelist Thomas Harris. A… Continue reading

Battle For Streaming Supremacy

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In the beginning, there was Netflix and it was good. Great in fact. Revolutionizing how entertainment was made available, subscribers had access to countless shows and movies of variety for one low price.… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘A Matter of Life and Death’

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What say do we have over our ultimate fate? Famed British filmmakers Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger debated this philosophical idea in 1946 in a film starring David Niven and Kim Hunter called… Continue reading