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Jodorowsky's Dune

Frank Herbert‘s Dune is definitively up there among my favorite books of all time. I mean, I know there are a whole lot of people love these books, but I do too! 292 more words

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From Page to Screen: 10 Book-to-Film Adaptations

Let’s be clear: At Bas Bleu, when given the choice, we will always choose the book over the movie. There’s simply more space on the page than the screen for characters and storylines to develop. 1,039 more words


'Thief' To Be Made Into Big-Budget Movie?

The cross-platform reboot of Thief that hit the market earlier this year was severely underrated by major games critics, IMHO. But it looks like another industry is a fan: Hollywood. 218 more words


Changing the world, even when you fail

Alejandro Jodorowsky and the glory of not getting what you want

Frank Pavich’s Jodorowsky’s Dune is a confusing phrase, but the documentary itself does absolutely everything right in terms of a compelling story, an incredibly charismatic protagonist, and a genuinely inspiring and uplifting message. 1,227 more words

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16 Favorite Fairytale Films by Juli D. Revezzo and Jill Archer

Paranormal romance author Juli D. Revezzo was one of the first people to reach out and connect with me when I first started blogging. Two years ago she guest blogged here about “ 1,500 more words

Jill Archer

The Perfect Version of 'Hamlet'

“Hamlet,” written between 1599 and 1602, is considered by many to be William Shakespeare’s best play. The first printed version of the play appeared in 1603, what will later be called the “bad… 1,656 more words


5 Great Film Adaptations

Recently I was able to see The Fault in Our Stars movie. It was really well done and very faithful to the book. I liked the entire cast and it’s lovely to see a movie that is made with such respect for the source material. 468 more words