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Anna Christie Still Engaging After All These Years

By Patrick Hurley

Do people change? The timeless question, a storytelling trope as old as the sea, is at the heart of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize winning play… 1,496 more words

Theatre Reviews

Ten Things I Love About HBO's 'Rome'

I’ve been a bit slow on the film reviewing front because I’ve been really enjoying getting stuck into a new television show (at least, it’s new to me). 1,276 more words

Film Grimoire

Dog Soldiers (2002)


Dog Soldiers is absolutely not original. We know from the first frame of the film almost exactly what is going to happen. There are a group of soldiers on a training exercise in Scotland. 69 more words

Film Reviews

Dog Soldiers

There is absolutely no reason why I should enjoy this film, let alone own a copy. I am scared, properly unenjoyably terrified, by horror films. I dislike movies which glorify the armed forces. 1,504 more words

Film Reviews

New spoilers about Greys

I am a little late but its a lots of parties sorry. Ok, Auselio give us a little hint of come in the future of our little dreamy a week ago (i told i was kinda late) check it out: 95 more words

Grey's Anatomy


Smashing together aspects of Japanese anime, comic book pop art, puppet theatre, and melodramatic action has resulted in the visually stunning Guy Moshe film Bunraku… 624 more words