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Django Unchained - Review ( I got some news )

To start with the news, what I got to say is that from now on I will be reviewing one older movie and then one recent movie in two weeks space from each other, and you may be wondering why am I doing this just know ? 461 more words


Django Unchained

Rescuing a slave to help track down a trio of outlaws, a German bounty hunter then forms a partnership with him and they set about finding and freeing his wife from servitude. 240 more words


Throwback Thursday - Django (1966)

Between this blog and my previous one, Professor Damian’s Public Domain Treasure Chest, I’ve been writing about movies for quite a while now. Because of that, there are a lot of posts that have simply gotten lost to the mists of time. 1,507 more words


Quentin Tarantino Paved The Way For The Magnificent Seven

Everybody thought it took one Clint Eastwood movie about the wild west to put the Hollywood Western back on the map. But no, Unforgiven  190 more words


Django Unchained

Review:  9.8 Points

Quentin Tarantino’s eighth feature film is an explosion of great dialogue, grit, blood, violence, and everything you would expect from a Tarantino movie.   1,029 more words

Tarantino Resurrected a Dying Genre

The Western, until very recently, had all but faded from our screens. New Western releases of note have been few and far between throughout the first 16 years of the twenty first century, many barely appearing in cinemas and others only gaining recognition from die hard followers of thee Western genre. 871 more words


Drawing: Kit Harington in Doctor Faustus

Successful Elizabethan playwright and Shakespeare’s contemporary Christopher Marlowe is buried in an unmarked grave not far from where I reside, in the churchyard of St Nicholas, Deptford. 322 more words