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Top 5 'R' Rated Comic Book Adaptations

In honor of Deadpool’s release today, Film Fodder is taking a look at the best comic book adaptations to be rated ‘R’. Deadpool was far from the first, but could it be the best? 869 more words


A History of Violence - John Wagner & Vince Locke

A History of Violence has been in my “to read” pile for a while, then I moved it to my nightstand to make sure I would read it next, but for some reason I couldn’t bring myself to it. 329 more words


30 Day Movie Challenge - Day 7

Day 7 – The 7th DVD/BluRay movie from the right on your shelf

Well, I don’t have one shelf, but many, a whole cupboard dedicated to movies! 625 more words

At The Movies

The New Classics: Vol. 3

I love “the classics”. You know what movies I’m talking about.

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, THE GODFATHER, STAR WARS, JAWS, TAXI DRIVER, THE THIRD MAN… This list could go on and on.   895 more words

By David Coupe

Top 10 Films of 2005 : The Revisit

2005 was not the first year I loved movies. It was, however, the first one where theatres showing something beyond the mainstream were within my grasp. 1,973 more words


The Man Who Murdered His Own Son Got a Reduced Sentence, His Ex-Wife Stated: It’s Too Lenient

Here comes the V-E-R-D-I-C-T, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

Chen suspected his wife of being unfaithful to him, at the start of this year, he’d told her, that he wanted to die with her, and managed, to stab his own eldest son who tried to protect his mother to death; the hospital found, that he showed signs of mental disorder, and the Shihlin District Courts believed that he fitted the requirements for a reduced sentence, charged him with murder and mandated that he serve in jail for fourteen years. 447 more words

Bad News

The 12 July Orange Order Demonstrations: A History of Violence.

The Orange Order is symbolic of an age of Orange rule that did not treat their fellow countrymen in a kind manner. Belfast, The City Hall and the annual parades (when Nationalists were brushed off their own streets by the Order controlled RUC to allow the parades to pass) are reminders of a time of the great and powerful “Orange North” when every seat in parliament including the Prime Minister of the north of Ireland was a member of the Order and no cog moved within the machine unless the Grand Masters said otherwise. 836 more words