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Masks and Death

Day 2

When travelling, how do we begin to learn when someone is wearing a mask, with intent to deceive, given that we all wear masks much of the time? 768 more words

Literature

under the volcano (book & movie)

Yesterday I finished reading Malcom Lowry‘s acclaimed novel ‘Under the Volcano‘. I had attempted the read for three times, and had given up at the first sight of complex narrative (which should be around the middle of the first chapter), both due to laziness and to not feeling comfortable with the literary style of Lowry. 582 more words

Cinema

Traditional Tuesdays

I am a huge advocate for young adults to preserve and cultivate their culture and traditions. Traditional Tuesdays will be a section where I showcase photographs of my culture. I hope you enjoy!

Day Of The Dead

Doctor Tongue

I wasn’t sure what this fellow was actually called and had mistakenly been calling him zipper face since he sort of resembles a popular Halloween costume. 100 more words

Zombies

Sugar Skull Wedding, anyone?

Check out these gorgeous sugar skull invites?

Machete (2010) | Robert Rodriguez's star-studded Grindhouse homage is salsa hot - with a side order of cheese

With Machete screening on Film4 today (Easter Monday), I thought I’d share with you my original 2010 review of the film. Hope you enjoy it and the film as much as I did. 549 more words

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