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Trailer of the Day - "Comet"

Written and directed by Sam Esmail, Comet, released December 5th in the U.S. (I don’t know of its Canadian release.) is, according to its IMDb page, a Comedy/Drama/Romance. 264 more words

Film, TV & Books

Lessons From...The Way Way Back

I will attempt to keep this short since I should be working on another writing project, but I am a lifetime procrastinator and might be using this post as an excuse. 902 more words


When is making a short zombie film an act of protest?

When the heroes and heroines are black. When there is no Sacrificial Negro to fulfill the fantasy that our lives matter less than white lives.

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Letters From the Editor: What to Watch on Netflix

Well ladies and gents, it’s that time of the month! No, not THAT time of the month, time for What to Watch on Netflix where I, LifeBlog’s editor, rate movies and tv shows to make your Netflix viewing experience great. 237 more words


Movie Review: Men, Women, and Children

Do we really know everything about our kids, the people we see everyday at school, or even our spouse? This film digs into this social sphere we are living in and answers how little we truly know about each other. 154 more words

In Theathers

Movie night: book adaptations and childhood/teenage nostalgia

Yesterday was movie night. First, we went to see “Les Vacances du Petit Nicolas” which was, as you might have guessed, a French movie. 355 more words


Movie Review: Under the Skin

The human body is a study in itself. How we interact, our facial expressions, and the  way we are perceived to others. Although this film is fictitious  it could also be consider a documentary. 135 more words