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Schneider I

  • The Phantom of the Opera (Lon Chaney, 1925)
    • Adapted from the French novel by Gaston Leroux (“Le Fantome de l’Opera, 1910), this silent horror film is about a young opera singer, Christine, who’s seduced by a mysterious masked composer, known only as the Phantom.
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Film Reviews

Metropolis

Following the first World War, Germany was in a state of disrepair. After three years of incredible hyperinflation, political riots regarding crooked elections, and anger with the stagnation and degradation of… 696 more words

Writing

Savior Machines 7 : Creepy Sheep

Blurbarella: “I Now Present– My Good Friend and Ally– Trent Picksherry– Who Will Introduce Us to a Controversial Novel about  Robo-Genocide– by Renowned Human Flesh-Bag Philip K. 859 more words

Sci-Fi

Movie review - House By The River (1950)

(Note – I’m in the process of working on the RwC Coloring Book, so there won’t be any strips or serious doodles here. Follow us on… 1,332 more words

Reviews

Man with a Movie Camera [1929]

For my studies this year, I’ve watched in the order of 50 films, and the best of them is probably a 1929 silent pseudo-documentary called… 572 more words

Film

Episode 109.2 - "Noir Comme la Nuit, Deuxième Partie"

On the second half of this two-part episode, Caleb, Sam, and Stephen – along with their special guest Phil Smith from the Nerds with Wings podcast… 84 more words

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