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Fantastic 'Frankenstein' Film Adaptations

“I busied myself to think of a story,” wrote Mary Shelley in the preface of her classic novel Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. “A story to rival those which had excited us to this task. 929 more words


[Victoria Fringe Festival '14] Young Frankenstein the Musical, A Review

Directed by Cam Culham
Music Direction by Donna Williams

Continues playing at Copeland Theatre
at St. Michaels University School
3400 Richmond Rd

Fri, Aug 29 • 7:00pm… 982 more words


5 Tips for Travelling Around America

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Hi I’m Mel from JustMelKate and Sophie has kindly let me take over The Nomadic Backpacker today to share some tips for travelling around the USA as I have recently just returned from a trip myself. 482 more words


Blazing Saddles

I’ll be straight with you, I’m not exactly in the right frame of mind to review Blazing Saddles after only one viewing, and having seen it by myself. 703 more words


Seriously. . .

If I say “Hump? What hump?”
and you look at me like I’m crazy, I don’t know if we can be friends.


My Own Best Friend

“I’m a mog. Half man, half dog. I’m my own best friend” ~ Barf, John Candy (from ‘Spaceballs’)

Greg Valentine

SNIFF Seattle Dog Walkers
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The Mel Brooks Classic: "Young Frankenstein" Turns 40 With A Special Edition Blu-ray!

“It’s pronounced “Fronkensteen”

In 1974, Mel Brooks released comedic genius into the universe.  With an all-star cast, he managed to turn Mary Shelly’s story of “ 381 more words