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“Don’t look now, but Google Glass is back” Just when you thought you were safe to go outside again, “glassholes” are back. via FOX NEWS http://fxn.ws/2uvkPdY

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Don't Look Back

There is a moment in Don’t Look Back as Bob Dylan plays a song on his guitar in what is probably his hotel room with a bunch of friends and acquaintances sitting around listening. 751 more words

Reviews

Invitation to look

Note: This post discusses plot elements from last night’s episode of Twin Peaks.

In order to understand the current run of Twin Peaks, it helps to think back to the most characteristic scene from the finale of the second season, which was also the last episode of the show to air for decades. 1,290 more words

Movies

Daphne du Maurier - Don't Look Now - Thoughts

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“Don’t Look Now” is a collection of short tales by Daphne du Maurier.
Having read “Rebecca” already, I was curious to discover this collection. 100 more words

Books

Actors That Should Come Out of Retirement Part 6: Julie Christie

by Jason F. Koenigsberg

One of the more enigmatic careers of any actress in movie history, Julie Christie is sort of like the female Warren Beatty, although she is British and has formally announced her retirement on several occasions over the past four decades only to come back to acting. 567 more words

Editorials

Interview with Adam Nayman on Ben Wheatley, his cinema and a Picturehouse Central double bill

Ahead of a special double bill screening this Sunday at Picturehouse Central to celebrate the release of Ben Wheatley’s FREE FIRE, Elena Lazic spoke with film critic Adam Nayman about Wheatley, his cinema and the pairing of KILL LIST (2011) and DON’T LOOK NOW (1973) as a double feature. 2,056 more words

Interview

Don't Look Now (1973)

Today marks a special day in Coffee and Illithids history. A while ago, I formally asked on my Facebook page (*cough* throw me a pity like *cough*) for recommendations and I got precisely one in reply. 1,010 more words

Movie Ramblings