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'Reservoir Dogs' (1992) by Quentin Tarantino

Reservoir Dogs was Quentin Tarantino’s first triumph, the product of a young man with a rock solid DIY mindset who created a cornerstone for independent cinema in the XXI century. 398 more words

Film Criticism

A Six-Year Old State of Mind

When I entered the first grade at Stafford Elementary there were too many students for the two classrooms. I was assigned to an extra class, which was temporarily located in the southeast corner of the all-purpose auditorium, the exact location where they display the book sale in the Spring. 471 more words


Intro Admin

Hello everyone. This is admin Melon. Let me introduce myself. I am a filmmaker and screenwriter. I love Film and Television. There is no choosing between them because I love the both of them equally. 39 more words


The heartlessness and cruelness of this world astounds me.. 

To be honest I don’t care if this post offends anybody I am free to write what I like the same as uneducated, ignorant idiots. 498 more words


What I thought of Providence #4

Thoughts about #1#2 and #3.

In a week of very real horrors it’s somewhat refreshing to climb into Alan Moore’s world of creeping dread which instantly throws you for a loop as the first page is, well, impossible to read. 390 more words


New Counter Cultured Article: Both Genders Have Ruined Dating Culture

My sister and I have penned a new column up at Counter Cultured responding to a Washingtonian article that solely blames men for our terrible dating culture. 177 more words


'Funny Once' by Antonya Nelson

Funny Once by Antonya Nelson, 2012

The magic trick:

Getting sucked into the story’s world; feeling the same way the characters in the story feel about their forced normalcy… 350 more words