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a game of wits

there was that game of wits between Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling.

SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (based on the book by Thomas Harris) swept the coveted Oscars in its day and remains on the list of one of the best movies of all time, whether you liked it, or not. 403 more words


Worth a damn: our top pics in tv for the year that was, and returning in 2015

Here is Step On’s roundup of TV we loved this year and will eagerly await for in 2015.  A note: a few of these picks were released in prior years but finally seen, through recommendations or Netflix additions this year. 1,302 more words

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From Birth to Death: Life is But a Dream

Trigger Warning: brief discussion of rape

“Since there had been fear and confusion and a lack of confidence and doublemindness and division, there were many illusions which were conceived by him, the foregoing, as well as empty ignorance – as if they were fast asleep and found themselves a prey to troubled dreams… It is thus that they who cast ignorance from them… renounce them like a dream in the night and they consider the knowledge of the Father to be the dawn.

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Movie Monday - Miri aka @OriginalSGreenD

7. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens

We have been waiting for it a long, long time, and here it is now. The release of Episode VII is scheduled for December, so there is still an almost year-long wait ahead of us, but it is getting closer and closer. 1,302 more words


Five of the Best Shows You're not Watching


This series explores the relationship of gifted criminal profiler Will Graham and an out- standing psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter. When their partnership is formed it seems there is no villain they cannot catch, yet Lecter has a horrid and dark secret of his own. 395 more words


'The Fall' fan recap: A sum of all our choices

Season 2 | Episode 2 | “Night Darkens the Streets” | Aired Jan 16, 2015

If The Fall is anything, it is riddled with tension As we return to the land of DSI Stella Gibson in episode 2 of season 2, we are walking through a dream. 948 more words

The Fall: Series Two Review

The Fall is very much a show about the place of women in the world. The second season doesn’t emphasize this as much as the last, at least not until later episodes, but it’s there. 1,900 more words