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An Amateur's Field Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Has anyone else noticed the newish zombie trend slowly permeating through our books, movies, and television? Perhaps, this is just a backlash from the fatigue we all have from sexy teenage vampires. 1,709 more words

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Review

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is every bit as good as the first film in the series, albeit quite similar. The writing and story are solid as a rock while the acting can’t get much better. 75 more words

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Trippin' in 64 Squares

Andrew Bujalski’s Computer Chess is all about connections between things drawn rarely before. What is relation between the motherboard and chessboard? Nerds and hippies? The algorithms and psychedelic enlightenment? 26 more words

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Panic Room (2002) - David Fincher (Mikhail Karadimov)

Originally Posted at betweenframes.net. Come check out other reviews written by Mikhail Karadimov

Panic Room has long been derided as one of Fincher’s lesser films. Maybe people had trouble accepting Fincher’s supposedly lame shift in subject matter—from the visceral, “in your face” bombast of Fight Club, to the restrained, small-scale follow-up of Panic Room—or maybe they just weren’t eager to watch a movie about money-hungry thugs breaking into an Upper West Side brownstone so soon after 9/11. 1,815 more words

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Edie Sedgwick Would Have Turned 71 This Weekend

Edith Minturn “Edie” Sedgwick (April 20, 1943 – November 16, 1971) was an American heiress, socialite, actress, and fashion model. She is best known for being one of Andy Warhol’s superstars. 22 more words

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My Depression is a Ginosaji

It was Winston Churchill that called depression his black dog. I never thought of actually personifying or embodying my depression into its own form before. I suppose I’m really talking about the subject of depression due to my absence away from Mythic Bios and having thought about the matter at some length. 362 more words

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Location: Ross + Roberts, Stratford, CT
Camera: Mamiya 645
Lens: 80mm f/8
ISO: 400

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