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Go see "Snowpiercer" ... if you can

I had the good fortune to be in Los Angeles when Bong Joon-ho’s new film, “Snowpiercer,” opened there mid-July. So, I dragged my mom to see it at the only place it was playing on the West Side, a somewhat run-down multiplex on Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade. 918 more words

Directors

#BookADayUK: Novel You Expected To Hate But Loved

In June the Borough Press encouraged everyone to tweet a book a day to celebrate Independent Booksellers Week. It was so popular that Doubleday Books UK have decided to keep it going through July. 106 more words

Miscellaneous

Snowpiercer Serves Up Some Kick-Ass Express

Snowpiercer (2013, 2 hrs 6 mins)

Trains have been an interesting setting for horror and sci-fi.  An enclosed space, no control over where you stop, and limited escape routes gives you a lot of room for terror and suspense.  692 more words

Scintillating Sci-fi

The Host by Stephenie Meyer Book Review

So while I used to read two books a week I sort of stopped doing that because of stress in general and being super annoyed at genres and books and myself. 772 more words

Books

Review Roundup: Resistance is futile

Science fiction is not a genre I read much. I love sci-fi tv (hello Firefly, Doctor Who, Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek, to name a few). 816 more words

Book Reviews

Snowpiercer: The Mother of Summer 2014 Blockbusters

Snowpiercer: The Mother of Summer 2014 Blockbusters
Starring Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, Ed Harris, Octavia Spencer

By Barbara Goslawski

Korean cinema’s master manipulator Bong Joon-Ho is at it again in his latest film, … 738 more words

Review

We could be taken at anytime. Any day, any minute. All we have is now.

So i’m having a bit of a “now i have time to watch films i meant to watch about 1000 years ago” time. Which is good! 597 more words

Films