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At the Movies 1961

Long before Moleskin notebooks took over the stationery world to the degree that they have, there were these neat little notebooks called / made by Baberton; I had a number of them, mostly little ones – The Baberton Junior – spiral bound at the top and containing 40 pages, or leaves, as they preferred to call them. 295 more words

Film/TV

BFI Review: 'Carrie'

Last month, I had the pleasure of reviewing Carrie, for the BFI Southbank’s Teenage Kicks Season. Stephen King’s orginal novel has always been one of my favourites, and Brian de Palma’s adaptation has further cemented my love for the story and the character. 12 more words

Literature

M (1931) | Fritz Lang’s influential masterpiece remains the greatest psychological thriller of all time

For many cinephiles, the name Fritz Lang is synonymous with the futuristic 1927 silent classic Metropolis. For the director himself, however, his finest work can be seen in the 1931 German thriller, … 362 more words

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