Brilliant But Cancelled TV Shows

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It seems we live in a day and age when a TV series comes to an end if it has enough of a cult following it can usually find a home elsewhere. But… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Hedy Lamarr

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Sadly today, most people know hew name due to the genius running gag in Blazing Saddles. But in her time Hedy Lamarr was known as one of the biggest movie stars in the… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Clarice Meets Hannibal

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Clarice meets Hannibal The Silence of the Lambs (1991) Directed by Jonathan Demme The Scene: After a few kind words and reassurance from the orderly Barney, young FBI agent Clarice Starling descends into… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Best Years of Our Lives’

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When it comes to war being portrayed cinematically we have no shortage of movies which show the glory and heartache of combat. However, what happens when the guns go silent and the men… Continue reading

The Star Trek Re-watch – Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

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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

Movies & TV Based on Comics That You Haven’t Seen Yet

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Our cinemas and TVs have become flooded with superheroes. Since Iron Man proved that a well constructed comic narrative can be reproduced as a big-budget spectacle so long as you retain the core… Continue reading

Creepy Mysteries: Vanish in the Snow

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At the bottom of the world, the continent of Antarctica is of the most scariest and most beautiful places on earth. The human population consists entirely of researchers, some of whom have come… Continue reading

What to Read Based on Your Favorite TV Show

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Since it looks like quarantine isn’t going away any time soon, it’s time for some more book recommendations. This time, I suggest a story for everyone based on their favorite television show. If… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Chopping Mall’

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Though they may now stand as relics of a bygone era where old people workout and young people loiter and commit petty crimes, they mall was once a staple of American life. In… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’

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Ok, this may desynchronise the rankings below but Amelia did not want to watch this as part of the marathon. She’s seen it before, and the giant Ralph made of Ralphs that appears… Continue reading