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review of LYSBETH by h. rider haggard

Basic messages of this book:

  1. Protestants good.
  2. Catholics, BAD.
  3. Spaniards are a plague sent by God to test us.

Read on a plane to Amsterdam for the… 1,315 more words


The Omen (2006, John Moore)

Spoiler warning: these reviews reveal plot twists.

In this remake of the 1976 original, Robert Thorn (Liev Schreiber) is appointed deputy ambassador to Great Britain, so blah blah blah moves to England blah blah blah wife Katherine (Julia Stiles) blah blah blah son Damien (Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick) blah blah blah strange deaths… 434 more words


Big Sky

Released in 2015
Directed by Jorge Michel Grau

TL;DR – A very bland “thriller” surrounding a girl who is agoraphobic. None of the characters get developed beyond mumbling to themselves and the things you really want to see such as the action, you don’t really see because the camera cuts away almost every single time. 580 more words

Film Review

Weekly Assessment

This week I mainly worked on some sketches that supports our idea and also help added some text to the documents. First sketch consist of our game world, the game will takes place at Cedar Hill Asylum and the asylum consists of a west and east wing, at some point the player will have to cross to the other side. 41 more words


After our proposal on Wednesday we knew we needed to change something, Over this week we had a major discussion on the direction the game is headed, and we concluded to change the story. 51 more words

Scanners (1981, David Cronenberg)

Sometimes it’s enough just to deal with one’s own thoughts rifling through the brain. Poor Cameron Vale (Stephen Lack), despite his dull, gormless expression, probably has all of that to contend with as well as the thoughts of other people around him. 233 more words


Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams and Forest Whitaker are three excellent actors. They put in good performances and yet my enjoyment with this film was patchy at best. 152 more words