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Appleye THE PLAY scenes VIII - X

Appleye                                                    THE PLAY                                                               Oct. 24, 2016

During the winter D.B. and I went out with our buddies P.S. and S.P. (rest his soul) to I believe Kicks, a popular bar for University students.  863 more words

The Influential Stanley Kubrick

After my last director post on Wes Anderson, where I mentioned  Stanley Kubrick, it seems only necessary that this week’s post is dedicated to Kubrick. 727 more words

Stanley Kubrick

The White Meat of Tim Burton

Like most millennials living in Web 2.0 I usually find the recent news in Twitter moments on my iPhone. A moment that made me second guess myself was the recent outcry of Tim Burton lack of diversity in his films. 521 more words


I, Daniel Blake is a film of devastating emotional impact

You very much know what you are going to get from Ken Loach. He rarely works in genre, unless you consider the Loach picture a genre in itself (the case can be made). 1,129 more words


Truth at its Finest - The Great Dictator (1940)

Charlie Chaplin is one of the greatest filmmakers in motion picture history. Robert Downey, Jr. brilliantly portrayed his tremendous talent and career in the 1992 film… 553 more words

Film History

Appleye THE PLAY

Appleye                        THE PLAY                            Oct. 22, 2016

Because my window on Dalhousie Street faced the Sportif bar across the street I got to hear sirens almost nightly.  1,334 more words