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Movie Rob's Genre Grandeur – Graphic Novel Film Adaptations

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I was asked to chose the theme for Movie Rob’s Genre Grandeur in May and I chose graphic novel adaptations.  There were a lot of great picks and for your reading pleasure.. 129 more words


Film Review: Wilson (2017)

The very concept of Wilson on paper: the director of The Skeleton Twins, Craig Johnson, partnering up with Daniel Clowes, the mastermind behind Ghost World… 467 more words


That Gumnaam You Like

Teamwork! One of my regular editors, Stephen Horne, is a HUGE fan of GHOST WORLD and also of Bollywood cinema, putting me in the shade on both counts in spite of m immense enthusiasm for both. 131 more words


Best of Criterion’s New Releases, May 2017

Hey! It’s May(‘s Criterion round-up for Paste Magazine)! An Ozu movie written around fart jokes is an Ozu movie well in my wheelhouse, but I did not write about  127 more words


Genre Grandeur - Ghost World (2001) - Moody Moppet

For this month’s first review for Genre Grandeur – Graphic Novel Film Adaptations, here’s a review of Ghost World (2001) by Reut of Moody Moppet… 612 more words

Genre Grandeur

Moody Moppet reblogged this and commented:

Time for another one of Movie Rob's Genre Grandeur. May's the month of graphic novels adaptations to movies. Feel free to head over and check out all the cool entries. Here's mine. Welcome to Ghost World.

Blusday For May 30th, 2017

Here are your Blu Ray releases for May 30th, 2017. Happy Hunting, Blu Ray collectors!

The Shack (Lionsgate Films, 2017)

Fist Fight (Warner Bros., 2017) 67 more words



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