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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


#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


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


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


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