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Dark Star: The World of HR Giger

HR Giger (pronounced geeger) was a Swiss artist who was known for the dark subject matter of his works. They depict the weird and the bizarre, often with a subtle, and sometimes blatant, eroticism. 290 more words


Film Review: Pitch Perfect 2

Now with bonus second review!

JT’s Review

Being in New Zealand has taken me outside my comfort zone more times than I can count, but perhaps the biggest leap of all was agreeing to watch Pitch Perfect 2 at the cinema. 942 more words


Theatre & Multiplex In Ahmedabad

We are here to Provide Services which Focus on Customer Centricity Rather Than Profit Making Motive in Such Competitive Market We Are Working In cities like Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi.  112 more words

Cinema Halls

Ad #91: Eyes On The Road

This ad shown in cinemas is an unconventional one, as you will soon find out.

May’s theme: 2014 Roundup (continued)

(In May 2015, we continue viewing the top ads of 2014!) 147 more words

2014 Roundup

Shaping female identity in French film

‘In a world ordered by sexual imbalance, pleasure in looking has been split between active/male and passive/female’.1 The dominant language of classical cinema structures the gaze so that women are to be looked at and positions the viewer as voyeur by inviting the viewer to identify with the active/male camera. 3,170 more words


The Crow Remake News

Deadline is reporting that Eric Draven/The Crow’s nemesis in the upcoming remake of the Brandon Lee classic will be played by Andrea Riseborough.  Or at least, she is said to be “in negotations.” 167 more words


Mad Max (1979)


David: As Mad Max returns to cinemas after 30 years in the wasteland we look back even further to Mad Max’s origins, as well as contexts like seventies oil shocks, road death tolls, bikie gang terror in the media and a director moonlighting as a doctor in an emergency ward. 32 more words