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For ‘Raw’ appetites, more films about the cannibals among us

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By Tom Meek GLOBE CORRESPONDENT  MARCH 16, 2017

It’ll be interesting to see if “Raw” lives up to its hype from the Toronto International Film Festival, where people reportedly passed out in response to its graphic gore. 836 more words

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Cronenberg Critique: Scanners

David Scribe looks at Cronenbergs first mainstream film, the eye popping and head bursting Scanners.

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BMMI Episode 003: Real Human Skull with Carrying Case

Hey! This is a real weird one! You would never know that the seed that bore this fruit was a list of “Customers who bought this also viewed” from a harmless Amazon item: 111 more words

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Movie Review: "Antiviral"

The cult of the celebrity is already at manic heights in our society. A new religion for the age of media saturation, in which tabloid bibles and paparazzi prophets spread the gospel of what each of these neo-idols does, says, and thinks, so that we can all vicariously experience their existence, however minutely or mundane, and hopefully even distract from our own personal situations, shortcomings, frustrations.   619 more words

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There are just six copies left of my chapbook “I Loved You in New York” (alice blue books, 2015). Since alice blue shut its doors in 2016, I’ve been selling them at readings and on… 74 more words

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Classic Review: Videodrome (1983)

A word of warning, since this is a classic review, spoilers are contained herein. Though this article will not dilute the effectiveness of Videodrome for first time viewers, those sensitive to plot details are advised to watch the movie before reading this review… 994 more words

Classic Review

The Dead Zone (1983)

The Dead Zone: A-

This is a great horror movie and one of the best Stephen King adaptations ever made.

Christopher Walken plays a jolly English teacher who gets in a car accident and goes into a five-year coma. 461 more words

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