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Doomsday Clock #1 Review

The DC event of the year. It’s been years in the making but we’re finally able to get our hands on the crossover between the Watchmen and the DC Universe. 435 more words


Review Brew: Justice League #31

Justice League #31
Writer: Bryan Hitch
Artist: Fernando Pasarin
Inks: Andy Owens & Oclair Albert
Colors: Brad Anderson
Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft’s Jimmy
Covers: Bryan Hitch & Alex Sinclair; Nick Bradshaw & Alex Sinclair… 268 more words

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The Machinist: A Review from a psychological point of view

This was written as part of my AS course in Psychology, then declared irrelevant to what we were doing (frustratingly, as I’d been told reviewing this particular film would’ve been okay, but hey, you can’t have everything), so, considering as it’s not going to be marked, I thought I’d put it here.  1,106 more words

Mental Health

Monsieur R. reblogged this on Zen'Expresso and commented:


Just : « Apple Pie and Black Coffee » …
https://youtu.be/gxH8U_49QnU IN REALITY :
The amazing weigh loss of the actor, to lose weight for the role of Trevor Reznik, Christian Bale spent 4 months on a diet. Just : « Apples, Tuna Can and Black Coffee ! »
« The producers of the film claim that Christian Bale dropped from about 173 pounds in weight down to about 110 pounds in weight to make this film. They also claim that Bale actually wanted to drop down to 100 pounds, but that they would not let him go below 120 out of fear that his health could be in too much danger if he did. His diet consisted of one can of tuna and an apple per day. His 63-pound weight loss is said to be a record for any actor for a movie role. He regained the weight in time for his role in Batman Begins (2005). » Read more : http://www.imdb.com

The Sinner - Part 4

USA’s The Sinner
Part 4
Directed by Brad Anderson
Written by Liz W. Garcia

* For a recap & review of Part 3, click here… 988 more words


Preview: Doomsday Clock #1 (of 12)

First came Flashpont, then came Rebirth, then The Button, now DC Comics presents to Doomsday Clock – a 12-issue maxiseries from the critically acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns, artist Gary Frank and colourist Brad Anderson. 17 more words