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Ron Howard's Willow

Today I watched Ron Howard’s Willow (1988)

In a fantastical time of warriors and sorcery, the great wizard queen Bavmorda rules with an iron fist.  But there is a prophecy that states that a baby girl with a special birthmark will herald her downfall, so she imprisons all the pregnant women and kills their babies.  667 more words

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New Series on my YouTube Chanel

It is called crafting in bed.
And whilst every care should be taken as this one does include the use of a flame it is actually pretty easy to do (well for me I cannot speak to anyone else) 51 more words

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Michele Soavi's The Church

Today I watched Michele Soavi’s The Church (1989)

The church of the title was originally built by the Knights Templar to cover up the mass grave of those killed for bearing a cross shaped stigmata on their foot, a sign of sure devilry it is to tread upon the cross.   358 more words

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Satanic Movie Week Day 6: Alex De La Iglesia's The Day of the Beast

Today I watched Alex De La Iglesia’s The Day of the Beast (1995)

The Day of the Beast takes a bleakly comic look at the birth of the Antichrist.   421 more words

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Satanic Movie Week Day 5: Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby

Today I watched Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Mia Farrow plays the titular Rosemary who has just moved into a new apartment with her husband Guy.   373 more words

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Satanic Movie Week Day 4: F.W. Murnau's Faust

Today I watched F.W. Murnau’s Faust (1926)

Based on an age old German tale and more specifically Goethe’s version, the titular Faust is an alchemist and man of reason in the late Middle Ages who becomes the center of a bet between an archangel and the Devil.   502 more words

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Celebrating Shakespeare and Titania

Celebrating Shakespeare!! — I certainly owe a large debt of gratitude to the Bard for TITANIA.

There are three brief moments in the script where *my* Titania speaks the actual lines of Shakespeare’s Titania (sometimes interwoven with my words) – the Winter Scene is one of those times. 100 more words

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