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Pubs of the King’s Road 5: the White Hart

Time to continue on down the King’s Road in a west-south-westerly direction, past Tryon Street, which is the point I reached in the fourth installment of Pubs of the King’s Road. 1,044 more words

King's Road

no art passes our conscience in the way film does

Film for me is one of the finest forms of storytelling and escapism. There are no limits with film. The use of visual representation within a narrative to elicit a range of emotions fascinates me. 266 more words



It’s not a thriller, as advertised. It’s actually a really violent and bizarre satire of capitalism, in which the “society” of tenants in a high-rise apartment building falls apart during a series of power outages. 165 more words

Five Leaf Reviews

Book Haul!

Hey, how’s it going? I decided it was about time to start reading some of those books people buy, put on the shelves, and always promise themselves they’ll read one day but never do. 244 more words


Pop! Movies: A Clockwork Orange Out Now

Stanley Kubrik fans rejoice!

Alex DeLarge, the protagonist from the classic film A Clockwork Orange, is now a Pop!

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The Right Movie

There is this unquestionably overwhelming, mesmerizing, extraordinary power in the right movie.  864 more words

The Runner

Review: Almost Mercy (2015)

Dir. by: Tom DeNucci
Starring: Danielle Guldin, Jesse Dufault

What’s it about?
Emily (Guldin) and Jackson (Dufault) have had rough childhoods, to say the very least. 449 more words