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Sense and Sensuality on the Bridge of Sighs: Don’t Look Now

Note: The following is the second of two movie reviews I’m doing for Maddy’s “Horrorathon” that she is hosting on her site, “Maddy Loves Her Classic Films” 916 more words


Grief, Emptiness, and The Changeling

It’s cold, weather conditions are poor, your car is broken down. But you’re with the people that bring you the most joy which makes the unpleasantness bearable if not laughable. 1,290 more words

Don't Look Now

Soundtrack Review: Don't Look Now

Don’t Look Now
Released by Silva Screen Records
13 Tracks with a Total Running Time of 29 min.
Music by Pino Donaggio

This was one movie that I avoided for a long time only because not only did I know the twist, but I also knew how dark in tone the beginning of the film was. 204 more words

Reviews: Soundtrack

Murano & Burano

The experts are right, he thought. Venice is sinking. The whole city is slowly dying. One day the tourists will travel here by boat to peer down into the waters, and they will see pillars and columns and marble far, far beneath them, slime and mud uncovering for brief moments a lost underworld of stone.

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Down the Rabbit Hole: Sex and Grief on Screen

by Katie Barnett, University of Worcester, UK.

John Cameron Mitchell’s Rabbit Hole (2010), an adaptation of David Lindsay Abaire’s 2006 stage play, deals with the aftermath of a family tragedy as Becca and Howie Corbett (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart) struggle to come to terms with the death of their four-year-old son Danny. 1,134 more words


Anthony's #31DaysOfHorror

It’s heeeeeeere! As horror fans, every day is Halloween. But October is the month where the rest of the world joins us in celebrating blood and guts and pumpkins and piles of leaves and cool nights. 2,590 more words