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Do they or do they not have the cutest stuff at Target? This is the most adorable Frankenstein’s monster I have ever seen.



The only thing that even vaguely makes any sense in light of the Republican establishments support of Trump is that they must believe if he is elected they will somehow be able to contain him. 70 more words

A Review: Dean Koontz's Frankenstein (Book Two: City of Night)


Sorry I haven’t posted in a while, but I did finish reading Book Two–and holy cow!

Straight to it.  I’m pleased to say I stuck through with it.   242 more words


In Photos: At Home With Monsters

Last Saturday, I finally checked out At Home With Monsters – a Guillermo Del Toro exhibit at LACMA. Mind you, I’m not a YUGE movie/film junkie, but Del Toro’s monsters caught my eye. 570 more words


So, I had the opportunity to see a performance of Frankenstein.....

…….featuring actors Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) and Johnny Lee Miller (Elementary), alternating the lead roles of the Creature and his creator, Victor Frankenstein. The novel by  566 more words


So much more than the sum of its parts

NOTE: As the Word/Eagle is in flux with the renaming and corresponding change in official website, John is putting his reviews here — for now. 298 more words


Young Frankenstein

In the world of comedy, there are few people more influential that Mel Brooks. Truly a Force Majeure in his heyday, Brooks consistently changed the game with his comedic films, brushing up against boundaries in his 1967 classic “The Producers” before absolutely shattering them in his 1974 satire “Blazing Saddles.” Upon first seeing Blazing Saddles, I was immediately taken by this man’s brazen and brilliant comedic style. 733 more words

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