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Roger Corman's The Raven

Today I watched Roger Corman’s The Raven (1963)

I talked about Roger Corman briefly in my review of Dementia 13, in that movie his low-budget artlessness was contrasted against a young Francis Ford Coppola’s creative script and direction.   313 more words

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gahhh! Must watch! This trailer is for the movie It’s a Such a Beautiful Day:  

This movie was a refreshing whirlpool of everything that is. The full movie is on Netflix and I am so happy that I decided to choose the little weird movie with the stick people. 74 more words

Terry Marcel's Hawk the Slayer

Today I watched Terry Marcel’s Hawk the Slayer (1980)

If there is one thing to rival film as a key interest in my life it would be Dungeons & Dragons and tabletop roleplaying games.   267 more words

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Gordon Chan's Painted Skin

Today I watched Gordon Chan’s Painted Skin (2008)

Painted Skin is a Chinese tragic romantic fantasy film, set in the mythical past.  The story concerns a demon who has disguised herself as a human to romantically pursue a general in the Imperial army.   239 more words

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A Tale of Two Snow Queens

When it comes to Fantasy Fairy Queens, there’s two that I associate with Snow and Ice – Disney’s Periwinkle (from Tinker Bell) and Disney’s Elsa (from… 342 more words

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A Tale of Two Fairies

When it comes to Fantasy Fairies, there’s two that stand out for me – Disney’s Tinker Bell (from within the Pirate Fairy) and Disney’s Maleficent… 274 more words

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Kaguyahime no monogatari (The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, 2013)

Seen at Cineworld West India Quay, London, Wednesday 25 March 2015

I’d never actually seen a Studio Ghibli film before, which seems like quite an oversight, especially given that this film by one of the studio’s founders, Isao Takahata, is so delightful. 195 more words

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