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DON'T LOOK NOW (1973)

Venice in winter: is there any place more susceptible to supernatural shiverings than the ‘city in aspic‘? Here, a blind woman can fall into an eroticized trance and set in motion a great tragedy, and we feel that it is somehow reasonable. 412 more words

Blu-ray Review: Don't Look Now

directed by Nicolas Roeg, 1973

Nicolas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now presents its world of grief as something both recognizable and sympathetic, but it’s also one that becomes more frighteningly askew and enigmatic with each passing minute. 132 more words

Reviews

don't look now

strange, since i know we’ll go to venice in spring i always see this guy with the red coat… it turned out that it was only my mother – this time. 27 more words

Photography

Neighbours above

Living in a uni residence has its interesting moments. This evening, I had just cooked myself a nice omelette and was sitting down to dinner, the fork half way to my mouth, when I heard a knock at the door. 239 more words

Tours

Don't Look Now

Yes I had a very busy week reading. I have started going to bed early just to get in 90 minutes of reading each night. I have found that it has gotten rid of so much stress in my life. 216 more words

Book Reviews

Being somewhere else.

We all want to be somewhere else sometimes. We all want to be someone else. When I was fourteen I wanted to be Ferris Bueller’s girlfriend, Sloane, in  470 more words

Writing

The Horror and Comedy Connection

“What a bloody silly way to die” is perhaps one of the best closing lines of a horror story (short or novel) and comes of course, from the Daphne Du Maurier short story  942 more words

Horror