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#filmitfriday: Love, Rosie (2014)

Some things I love/ am borderline obsessed with: Indie Films, Englishmen (well, all things UK, really), stories where friendships blossom into more. Enter Christian Ditter’s Love, Rosie. 210 more words


5 Contemporary Horror Films For Hallowe'en

Arguably, the best way to spend the Sunday before Hallowe’en is to watch horror films in bed. As you all know by now, I absolutely adore horror, but I often find new horror films predictable and unsatisfying. 704 more words

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5 Films To Watch When You're Having a Tough Day

Some days, all you want to do is snuggle up with some chocolate and watch a really good, light-hearted comedy. Or a deliciously dark comedy. Certain films just make you feel like everything is right in the world again. 546 more words

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5 Spine-Tingling Contemporary Films

Musarañas (Shrew’s Nest)
Spanish horror thriller (2014)

Montse is a religious seamstress who suffers from severe agoraphobia. She lives with her younger sister who she spent her youth raising. 390 more words

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Best of Criterion's New Releases, December 2015

“Fair warning: You may want to precede your first viewing of Japanese artist-filmmaker crossover wunderkind Takashi Murakami’s Jellyfish Eyes by reading the essay Glen Helfand has penned for Criterion’s Blu-ray release. 173 more words

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5 of my favourite Christmas films

I’m working on Christmas Eve, which is the main day of celebration in Sweden where my family lives, so I’m planning to treat the holidays as self care time and do lots of nice things for myself. 591 more words

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