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Even the Chairs Are Scary in Session 9

Hello, all! I haven’t had any time to watch horror movies lately (to my greatest despair), but luckily I remembered that I hadn’t yet written about the last horror movie I did watch, which is Brad Anderson’s chilling asylum horror  973 more words


Stonehearst Asylum (2014)

(Blu-Ray, Rated PG-13, Running Time: 113 minutes)

Young Dr. Edward Newgate arrives at Stonehearst Asylum on Christmas Eve. A recent graduate of Oxford, he intends to gain his practical experience under the supervision of Dr. 449 more words

"Capital" Circulation Map

To view “Capital” Circulation Map, click here.

“Capital” Circulation Map is a webpage designed by Brad Anderson for Dr. Yancey’s Digital Revolution and Convergence Culture (ENG 5933) course. 137 more words

Graduate Digital Work

365 films in 2016: film 11 (The Machinist 2004)

Ah The Machinist, the film that’s more famous for Christian Bale’s insane weight loss than for its actual story 559 more words


The Dark Knight III: The Master Race 2 (December 2016)

The only unpredictable turn of this comic is that DC actually does allow Miller & Azzarello to acknowledge the existence of The Dark Knight Strikes Again – which is looking better every day compared to The Master Race’s cowardly underwhelmingness. 478 more words


Vanishing on 7th Street (2010)

(Netflix Digital Streaming, Rated R, Running Time: 92 minutes)

Paul, a theater projectionist, finds himself suddenly alone in the theater when everyone mysteriously disappears during brief power outage. 428 more words

The Dark Knight III: The Master Race 1 (November 2016)

In December 2001, a follow-up to The Dark Knight Returns was a momentous occasion. Batman fandom was in hibernation. The character had been in the mainstream spotlight for a solid ten year epoch, starting with The Dark Knight Returns, continuing through the Burton movies, the animated series and finally flaming out with Batman & Robin. 1,020 more words